The Doc Spot Film Series is presented by the UNT Media Library and features thought-provoking and timely documentaries.
The Last One is a feature-length documentary tracing the history of the AIDS Memorial Quilt as an international art project born out of a public battle for treatment and understanding, and the role it continues to play as a response to a disease that still imperils vulnerable communities around the world.
This semester the series is being co-sponsored by the UNT Libraries Special Collections division, and each screening will take place in the Willis Library Forum (Room 140) at noon. Attendees are encouraged to bring lunch.
For more information on these series and individual documentary film screenings, contact the UNT Media Library at 940-565-5480.
The Last One September 20 // 12pm // Willis Library Forum, Room 140
Finding Our Voice: The Dallas Gay and Lesbian Community October 17 // 12pm // Willis Library Forum, Room 140
How to Survive a Plague November 29 // 12pm // Willis Library Forum, Room 140