Carlton Cinema hosts a mini festival for AIDS Walk on September 15, 2012

A scene from We Were Here

This Saturday, September 15, 2012 at the Carlton Cinema, you can see some great movies and do some good in your community. They’re hosting a mini film festival in support of this year’s AIDS Walk for Life, an event that raises funds for programs and services for people living with, affected by, and at risk for HIV/AIDS in our city. The suggested donation is only $5, and all donations go directly to the charity.

There are four films on offer. At 1:20 pm, it’s Vito , a biographical documentary about Vito Russo, AIDS activist and author of The Celluloid Closet. Next up at 4:15 pm, We Were Here is screening, a documentary about the impact of AIDS in San Francisco. Philadelphia , the Oscar-winning film starring Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington is showing at 7:00 pm. And finally, the film version of the Broadway musical, Rent , is on at 9:20 pm.

What:  Mini Film Festival in support of AIDS Walk

When: Saturday, September 15, 2012

Where: Carlton Cinema, 20 Carlton Street

More Info: For additional details, visit their website.


Obsessed with watching movies as far back as she can remember, Pam loves film enough to have two university degrees in the subject. When not focused on a movie screen, she can usually be found reading, cooking, touring vineyards, or planning where to spend her vacation time.

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