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The Screen Guide

In an apartment in New York's East Village, an elderly woman sits in a cluttered room of sheet music that few remember. When the HIV/AIDS epidemic swept through New York, and indeed the world, in the early 1980s, and entire community of local artists and countless friends of Mimi-Stern Wolfe were lost. After these deaths, Mimi devoted her life to an annual concert of works by her fallen friends, all composers, rehearsed and performed in the midst of bustling Manhattan.

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Crew

Director
Rohan Spong
Producer
Adam Farrington-Williams
Executive Producers
Duncan Hewitt  Brad Heard
Dir. of Photography
Rohan Spong
Editor
Rohan Spong

Production Details

Production Completion
2011
Genre
Art and culture, Science
Production Company
Adam Farrington-Williams

Sales

Australian Sales
Rohan Spong  Adam Farrington-Williams
International Sales
Rohan Spong  Adam Farrington-Williams