GAY SEX IN THE 70S is available for public and academic screenings, and can also be licensed for educational use. In addition to screening the documentary, we can also help tailor discussion to each particular audience. 

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GAY SEX IN THE 70S Director Joseph Lovett produced a series of pieces on AIDS for 20/20:

AIDS 1983: (5/19/83) First in a series of investigative reports on a new epidemic.  First place, Lincoln University Unity Award in Media.

AIDS: THE PARIS TREATMENT: (7/25/85) Rock Hudson and other Americans are forced to go abroad for treatment for AIDS.

AIDS IN THE HEARTLAND: (9/26/85) As the epidemic takes hold, a young mother and her family deal with AIDS in Lafayette, Indiana.

WHAT IS AIDS?: (10/3/85) Barbara Walters gets answers to basic questions about AIDS, as well as advancing new information on the epidemic.

WHEN BLOOD KILLS: SHOULD WE HAVE KNOWN?: (12/4/86) Investigative report on how the AIDS threat to the nation's blood supply was mishandled.

WHEN BLOOD KILLS: THE RISKS YOU TAKE: (12/11/86) Investigative report on the major threat to the blood supply -- Non A/Non B Hepatitis.  Plus precautions patients and doctors can take to reduce the risk of transfusion borne diseases.

BLOOD: WHEN THERE IS NO CHOICE: (3/19/87) Investigative report on the blood suppliers' continued inability to supply hemophiliacs with untainted blood products.

DESPERATE MEN, DESPERATE SEARCH: (6/4/87) Inadequate government drug testing programs force AIDS patients to seek unsanctioned remedies.

THE TRANSFER POINT: (12/4/87) The spread of AIDS from the I.V. needle sharer to the non-using sexual partner.  Drug rehab centers ignoring the responsibility of AIDS education.