BY Brandon Voss
September 09 2011 4:00 AM ET
1. FILM: We Were Here
Through intimate interviews with five amazing people who lived to tell their tales, filmmakers David Weissman and Bill Weber — codirectors of The Cockettes, a 2002 documentary about the legendary San Francisco drag troupe — explore the terrifying early years of the AIDS epidemic and how it ravaged San Francisco in their quietly affecting new doc, which opens September 9 in limited release. For more info visit WeWereHereFilm.com.
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