An intricate tale of monopoly, medicine and mass murder, 'Fire In The Blood' looks at how Western governments, acting on behalf of pharmaceutical companies, blocked access to low-cost Aids drugs for developing countries in the late 1990s, causing 10 million or more unnecessary deaths. It also documents the struggle of a commited group who decided to fight back. Contributors include Bill Clinton, Desmond Tutt and Joseph Stiglitz. Director Dylan Mohan Gray will also take part in a post-screening discussion.
- Dylan Mohan Gray
- Zackie Achmat, Edwin Cameron, Bill Clinton, Eric Goemaere, Yusuf Hamied, Noerine Kaleeba, James P. Love, Donald G. McNeil Jr., Peter Mugyenyi, Joseph Stiglitz, Desmond Tutu, Denis Broun, Linda-Gail Bekker, Albertina Ervilha, Cristina Guerreros
- 84 min