THE UNABRIDGED MRS VERA’S DAYBOOK – Interview with Filmmaker Robert James and Subjects David Faulk and Michael Johnstone

Filmmaker Robert James and Subjects David Faulk and Michael Johnstone talked with our Gadi Elkon about their feature documentary, THE UNABRIDGED MRS. VERA’S DAYBOOK.

The Unabridged Mrs. Vera’s Daybook tells a story of historic activism and community art through the works of two San Francisco artists, who also happen to be long-term AIDS survivors. During one of the darkest periods in US History, two men decide to bring joy and color to a broken community for which an entire movement has emerged. Supporters, fellow activists and members of the Queer Art Community join the film to help paint this vivid portrait of perseverance, compassion and outrageous dime-store fashion. Having received the coveted Community Grand Marshall appointment for the SF PRIDE Parade in 2019, our film subjects confront a new pandemic and celebrate 25 years of making sensational art together.

Robert, David and Michael talked with our Gadi Elkon about their connection, all the survivors and those lost and so much more!

Here is our Interview with Filmmaker Robert James and Subjects/Artists David Faulk & Michael Johnstone:

August 1st the film will be available on all streaming sites and services.

For more info, THE UNABRIDGED MRS. VERA’S DAYBOOK.

For more info on Robert’s company, NuReality Productions.

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