Buddies is the gay classic you’ve never seen.  This 2018 film is actually a re-release of Arthur J. Bressan, Jr’s 1985 final film, the first feature film about AIDS. It is an incredible, almost documentary-like, time capsule: Robert, a gay California activist diagnosed with AIDS and abandoned by friends and family, is assigned “buddy” David from the gay community center. In the simplicity of the story, Buddies is a timeless portrayal of an entire era in gay history.

Please join us for the FREE screening, a Q & A, moderated by Dr. Scott Rhodes, with actor, David Schachter, and director’s sister,
Roe Bressan, followed by a reception.

Screening will take place at the Byrum Welcome Center on Wake Forest’s campus at 7:00pm March 23rd.

Although there is no admission charge, an RSVP to 336.918.0902 or outatthemoviesfest@gmail.com will be appreciated.

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