October 12, 2017


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The film interrogates whether criminalizing HIV non-disclosure in fact protects sexual autonomy and dignity, as posited by the Supreme Court, or instead does injustice both to individuals charged and to our criminal justice system’s approach to sexual violence.

Alison Duke

Alison Duke is the Senior Producer at Goldelox Productions, a Toronto-based film and video company that produces films that bring diverse audiences together to affect positive social change.

Janet Butler McPhee

Director of Communications and Advocacy at the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network.

Alison Symington

Alison Symington is an advocate, a legal researcher and a manager, passionate about human rights, gender equality and social justice. Previously, she was Co-Director of Research and Advocacy at the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network.

Robin L.P. Bain

Director of Photography
Robin has worked in the camera department on several high profile projects such as Manufacturing Consent, How Wings are Attached to the Backs of Angels, and When Dreams Take Flight.

Derek Brin

Music and Sound Mix
Derek Brin is a multi-platinum, award-winning music producer, sound designer, and mix engineer.

Eugene Weis

Eugene Weis has worked in the film industry as an Editor for over a decade and is trusted by top directors and industry professionals in the Canadian film business.

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