It takes an incredible strength to choose to put yourself in front of the camera and tell the world you are HIV positive.
Especially when the world has already thrown more crap at you then most of us face in a lifetime.
That’s exactly what young Ethiopian Mum Momina does in this film. That Time tells the story of how she is forced to make one of the most difficult choices any parent could face.
For me it’s our best work. Please watch and read below how you can help us honour Momina and give something back.
Please Help Us
We need your vote to get us through to the final round of the Sony Production awards. We want to win this award so can bask in the glory but much more importantly it comes with a very valuable prize (a Sony FS-700). We already own one of these.
If we win we will auction it and use the money for the support and counselling of vulnerable children and young people. As someone whose life was literally turned around by this kind of support this is a great way of honouring Momina and making sure other vulnerable young people are helped.
This film was commissioned by the wonderful people at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance
Filmed/Directed/Produced/Translated: Benjamin Chesterton/Sheikh Rajibul Islam/Ann Noon/Oli Sharpe/The Skipper/Tsigereda Fedlu/Solomon Amare
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