"Quietly, a great film was made"Lee Grant - Oscar Winning Actress and Director
"Hugely empowering and uplifting"Greg Lowe - CNNgo
"Should be mandatory viewing"Jim Pollard - The Nation
Living With The Tiger is an intimate and moving story about a group of HIV infected orphans in Thailand that have been abandoned by society. The story focuses on two of the children over a period of 3 years, and highlights the problems they encounter as they try to re-integrate back into their communities. Despite their traumatic experiences, they embark on the most unlikely of ventures for a group of teenagers from the countryside; a performance in an opera....
We have a couple of special preview screenings of Living with the Tiger coming up in Bangkok during March. Both events are free and kindly sponsored by the British Embassy, Bangkok.
The film will screen at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand (FCCT) on March 14th. The FCCT (Phone: 02-652-0580-1) is located in Maneeya Center, which is connected to the BTS Skytrain Chit Lom station. The Patravadi Theatre will host the Fringe Festival 2011 screening on March 17th and will be introduced by author, model and documentary filmmaker, Pop Areeya. Reservations must be made in advance on our website.
Director/producer Mike Thomas and Anthony Pramualratana from the Thailand Business Coalition on AIDS (TBCA) will take part in Q & A sessions after each screening. TBCA is a non-profit organisation that promotes fairer polices in the workplace for those living with HIV.
Please help to promote by inviting your friends and posting on your social networking sites. Let us know if you would like a screening in your area!
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