Chrissy – AIDS 2020

Director: Jacqui North
2000 | Australia | 52m

Breaking records as the most watched documentary on Australian television, where it first aired on World AIDS Day in 1999, Chrissy is an honest and daring film taking us inside the life of an ex-runaway and street kid. Chrissy was diagnosed HIV+ at age 18. She did not reveal her sexual orientation or her illness to her family until eight years later. As we follow Chrissy, her mother and three younger sisters for the next year, we are given access to a world one must see to really understand. Beginning at the time Chrissy revealed her HIV+ status to her family, filmmaker, Jacqui North takes us on a personal journey of a family learning about acceptance and love.

Winner, Special Jury Prize, Berlin International Film Festival.

Ticketing notes:

  • This is a free digital screening, available to view between Thursday, June 25 12:01am – Wednesday, July 10, 11:59pm.
  • We suggest viewing during the dates of the AIDS 2020: Virtual conference, July 6-10.
  • Get access by reserving a free ticket.

SPONSORED BY
Gilead Sciences

  • Language: English