A 23-minute documentary about life of legendary AIDS activist Ruth Brinker and her legacy of healing people through meals with love in San Francisco. We partnered with Project Open Hand, a San Francisco organization that serves over 2,500 nutritious meals per day for seniors, adults with disabilities, and people with major illnesses across the Bay Area. Project Open Hand was established in 1985 when Ruth began delivering meals with a growing team of volunteers to her neighbors and friends who were suffering with HIV/AIDS. Today, Project Open Hand is an organization with a national impact through its support for access to food and nutrition across the country.
The film is told mainly through archival material that captures the tense atmosphere of the time and is supplemented with reenactments and interviews that produce an aesthetic that represents the 80s era.
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