May 8, 1990: Longtime Companion fights to break new ground

Romesburg, Don
June 2000
Advocate;06/06/2000, Issue 813, p20
Provides information on the American film about AIDS entitled `Long Companion' and its impact on gays. Total funding for the motion picture; Fears of distributors about audience acceptance of the film; Award garnered by the motion picture at the Sundance Film Festival; Distribution contract with the Samuel Goldwyn Co.


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