- On July 14, 2014
When the AIDS Memorial Quilt first went on public display in October 1987 it covered a space a little larger than a football field and had 1,920 panels. Today the Quilt has more than 48,000 panels, weighs more than 54 tons, and would cover 1.3 million square feet. The largest community folk art project in the world and one of the most moving interactive memorials is the subject of The Last One, the new documentary screening this week at the Provincetown International Film Festival.
“It’s a war,” says filmmaker Nadine Licostie about the fight against HIV and AIDS as well as stigma attached to the virus. “It still is.”
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