Join The LOFT's Out at the Movies Group to see "Buddies" on Wednesday, September 12th at the Alamo Drafthouse at 7:00PM. Please meet in the lobby at 6:45PM. Tickets are $10.00 a person.
Location: 2548 Central Park Ave, Yonkers, NY,10710
Attendees must purchase their own tickets. If you prefer, tickets may be purchased with the group just prior to the show so we can be seated as a group. Alamo Drafthouse has reserved seating. If you buy your tickets in advance you might not be seated with the group. Tickets HERE.
The group will be meeting before the film at 6:45pm.
RSVP is REQUIRED to email@example.com or (914) 948-2932 x13
David (David Schachter), a naive graduate student, has volunteered to work as a ‘buddy’ for people dying of AIDS. Assigned to the intensely political Robert (Geoff Edholm), a lifelong activist whose friends and family have abandoned him following his diagnosis, the two men, each with notably different world views, soon discover common bonds, as David’s inner activist awakens and Robert’s need for emotional release is fulfilled.
The first narrative feature film made about AIDS, acclaimed independent filmmaker Arthur Bressan Jr’s BUDDIES is an intensely personal study of love, death, and the need for activism during the earliest years of the AIDS crisis. Structured like a filmed play, BUDDIES would be Bressan’s final film, as he too would fall victim to AIDS barely two years after its completion.
The filmmaker's sister, Roe Bressan, will be doing a Q&A following the film. She has helped preserve her brother's films and made this screening possible.
Watch the film trailer here.