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"There's something very important about films about Black women and girls being made by Black women. It's a reflection as opposed to an interpretation."

- Ava DuVernay

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EVEN ME

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Even Me (2012)

Director / Writer / Producer: Megan Ebor

MULTIPLE AWARD-WINNING FILM 

EVEN ME, 2012, LOS ANGELES.

Even me is the first film to address sexual health among older African-American adults. This revealing documentary defies the common ideology that HIV/AIDS is only an issue for the youth or LGBTQ+ community; Even Me reveals how pervasive these issues are in older, heterosexual people of color. 

 

In this film brave men and women speak candidly about their experiences, sexual history, and HIV status, helping to uncover the misconceptions about aging, sexuality, and HIV/AIDS.

"Movies have power. Power to impact society and the choices we make. I want to entertain, but I also want to say something to the world."

- Gina Prince-Bythewood

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TRY

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TRY (2021)

Director / Writer / Producer: Megan Ebor

AWARD-WINNING FILM

TRY (TRANSLATING RESEARCH FOR YOU) 2021, LOS ANGELES.

What does Trauma look like? How does it manifest if unresolved in our communities? TRY reveals the stories of 3 support group members living with HIV struggling to use new strategies for coping with life's ups and downs-- past and present.

"Translating Research for You," is a health communication film that explores how these unresolved traumas materialize and impact all areas of a persons life.

Even Me 2.0
Unfinished Business

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