Love And Loss In New York In ALL THE WAY THROUGH EVENING
Here's the trailer for a new documentary that tells the story of the New York HIV/AIDS crisis in a way that emphasizes beauty and memory, love and loss, and the transcendent power of music.
Every year, exuberant East Village concert pianist Mimi Stern-Wolfe performs a breathtaking concert of works by her friends, all composers, who were lost to the silent killer of New York City.
The award-winning musical documentary ALL THE WAY THROUGH EVENING chronicles an era when the HIV/AIDS pandemic swept through a downtown arts community and ravaged the world. Accompanied by moving music written by those departed, the film recalls this tragedy with candid interviews from friends, family and the lovers that survived it.
Directed by Australian Rohan Spong, this engaging and poignant documentary charts Mimi's struggle as she prepares for the concert, and is a true testament to the strength of friendship and the power of music.
All The Way Through Evening opens in limited release in Australia from November 29.
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