December 5, 1994
Brazilian-born producer, director and screenwriter Tânia Cypriano spoke about "AIDS on Screen: A View From the Third World." Her film Odô Yá! Life with AIDS, the story of how the Afro-Brazilian religion, Candomblé, became a source of strength for a group of Brazilian AIDS victims and how the innovative sexual education program, Odô Yá! worked with local populations, was released in 1997.