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Staying Alive 48fest 2006. ©Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS 2009
Staying Alive 48fest 2006

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48Fest is part of MTV's HIV and AIDS prevention media campaign, Staying Alive, supported by UNESCO's Network and other partners. Forty-eight trained young TV producers broke into eight teams to write, shoot and edit a 3-minute film on HIV and AIDS in only 48 hours. Along with a 24-minute "making-of" documentary hosted by Nelly Furtado, Richard Gere, Justin Timberlake and Alicia Keys, the programmes were distributed through MTV channels worldwide.

This video is part of the DVD "HIV and AIDS on TV - disk 2. UNESCO's Network of Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS"

- Living with desire
- Stying alive - 48fest (shown here)*
- Fear and loathing
- Espoir ŕ vie
- You, me qnd HIV/AIDS
- Condon - Mario Ferreiro
- Promise (I talk to them about it)
- Lite thy light
- Safe journey
- Learning from people
- Faith and hope
- Live and let live
- Femidoms empowers women

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on this subject: HIV and AIDS on TV. A TV Capacity Building Initiative

Place/country: Canada, China, Jamaica, South Africa,
Series: HIV and AIDS on TV
Type: Radio.TV.Report
Extract: 22 min. Total length:
Credits: Nelly Furtado (participant), Richard Gere (participant), Alica Keys (participant), Justin Timberlake (participant),
UNESCO-CI (publisher), Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS (publisher), UNESCO-CI (producer). Young TV Producers on HIV and AIDS (producer).
Published in: 2009

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