“25 to Life, a debut feature-length documentary by award-winning director and Spike Lee protégé Mike L. Brown, will have its world premiere as part of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) in New York at SVA Theatre (333 W. 23rd Street) on Sunday, June 22 at 11:30am. 25 to Life, the story of a man seeking redemption after keeping his HIV/AIDS status a secret for 25 years, is among some 20 films screening at the 18th annual ABFF, which is holding its 2014 Festival in New York City from June 19-22.
25 to Life is about one man’s coming-of-age with HIV, its ripple effect on his extended community, and his ongoing work to redeem himself by telling the truth. The film tackles the tough social issues of sex, race, and manhood, providing unprecedented access into a life and a family living with the HIV virus.”
On the Web: 25toLifefilmsite.com
“25 to Life” is playing at the American Black Film Festival In NYC – June 22, 2014. For more info, check out ABFF.com.