Dec 1, 2021
SE2EP12: Undetectable: A critique on the gatekeepers that have stopped the world from becoming HIV/AIDS free
The TELUS Original documentary, Undetectable looks at the early history of HIV/AIDS in North America, the roadblocks along the way, and critiques the gatekeepers that have stopped the world from becoming HIV/AIDS free. It also includes a sharp analysis of the hysteria, misinformation and stigma that has surrounded HIV since it was identified—and initially associated with gay men—in the early 80s. Host James Watson discusses the film and the issues with director and producer Laura O’Grady and cast members Tiko Kerr, Mark Randall and Dr. Julio Montaner.
* Laura O’Grady has produced, coordinated, written or directed hundreds of hours of content, and 2021 marks the release of Undetectable, a project three years in the making.
* Tiko Kerr joined the Undetectable team in 2019 as Art Director, contributing style frames, composites, original pieces and overall visual direction to further the film’s animation sequences. His artistic practice explores painting, collage, murals,…