The Last One

Now more than 50 miles long were it to be laid out end-to-end, The AIDS Memorial Quilt is too large to display in any one location. Yet, even at this size, it does not begin to reflect the number of people who have succumbed to the pandemic. As the film traces The Quilt's history and continued growth, we examine how stigma, discrimination, social status and the lack of access to care exacerbate a disease that has already claimed the lives of roughly 30 million people and currently infects another 34 million men, women and children around the globe--including 50,000 new infections a year in the US alone.

As an Associate Producer of The Last One we have the exclusive right to show the Film in Arizona, and invite you to the premiere, March 21st.

Official Film Site: http://thelastonefilm.com

WHEN:
March 21st @ 7:00PM - 9:00PM (Doors Open @ 6:30PM)

WHERE:
J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
10345 North Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85253

Ticket Price:
$15.00 per person BUY TICKETS HERE

Quilt Founder Cleve Jones displaying Quilt panels (circa 1988)

The Director

Nadine C. Licostie's range of experience in the film and television industry spans nearly 20 years and a variety of disciplines. With a passion for theatre, film, television and digital media, she has produced projects with some of the top talent in television, film and theatre.

As a director, Nadine is focused on creating stories that resonate politically and socially while also attaining entertainment value. Film and television projects include The Good Mother of Abangoh (documentary), The Best of the GLAAD Media Awards (MTV Networks), Cyndi Lauper's True Colors Fund (PSA Campaign) and Be an Ally, Be A Friend PSA Campaign.

Nadine produced Phil Allocco's short film, Joseph Henry, which has traveled the festival circuit and won numerous awards including "Best of Category" at the Damah Film Festival, the "Audience Choice Award" at the Hollyshorts Film Festival, "Best Cinematography" at the Staten Island Film Festival, the "2nd Place Prize" at the IndieProducer Short Film Contest and won the "Special Jury Award" at the USA Film Festival.

Nadine is a partner of Red Thread Productions, where her client list includes Bank of America, SAP, CBS, History, Discovery Channel, HGTV, American Express, and Lucent Technologies. As an Executive Producer, Nadine has led teams of writers, graphic designers, editors and multimedia programmers creating award winning national television commercials, promotion, interactive media, and corporate events. Projects for CBS, History, True Colors, Discovery Online, The Travel Channel, ABC, and Discovery Channel have won the PROMAX Gold Award, The Insight Award, The Telly Award, and The International Monitor Award.

Nadine began her career in the arts while achieving a B.F.A at New York Institute of Technology and pursuing work as a stage manager at independent theatre companies in the New York City theatrical community. Her relationships include the Roundabout Theatre Company, The Writers' Theatre, and Queens College Theatre at Colden Center.