Others Short Film – Stigma has many faces.
Stigma has many faces.
The real horror is stigma
Fear fuels HIV stigma. We created this short film so audiences would get a feeling for the impacts of stigma that people living with HIV face every day.
Real stories of stigma
While this film is a work of fiction, for people living with HIV, stigma is a series of terrible experiences that impact health and well-being. And it happens every day. See how six people faced HIV stigma in their own lives and overcame it.
The fear of stigma
Hear from the star of the film, Peter, as he shares his story about living with HIV and how stigma has impacted his life.
The fear of judgement
Hear from Alphonso, who you may know as Jade Elektra, talk about how facing stigma has helped him build a life he loves.
The fear of who to trust
Listen to Amutha reflect on her story of coming to Canada, navigating life with HIV, and helping her family overcome stigma to find her place.
The fear of disclosing
Hear Ower’s story of facing stigma in the workplace, self-stigma, and how he’s overcome it all to embrace who he is.
The fear of ignorance
Listen to Brenden tell his story of living with HIV and how he’s trying to combat stigma through sharing information to combat ignorance.
The fear of being powerless
Watch Alex share his experience with stigma and how advocating to help others has helped him heal.
Brought to you by
Brought to you by Casey House
Casey House is unlike any other hospital. A specialty hospital in Toronto, we provide ground-breaking care to people living with and at risk of HIV. We offer inpatient, and outpatient services that meet clients where they are in their individual journeys of health and wellness, and actively dismantle barriers to care and safe living.
As a hospital that strives to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels safe, we’re also tackling the deeply ingrained stigma associated with HIV. With bold ideas and brave partners, we make the humanity of each client the heart of everything we do. Together, we can #smashstigma. All donations will be matched up to $10,000.
Help us Smash Stigma
All donations will be matched up to $10,000