18 January 2013 2:56 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

After a career in various other capacities in the international film industry, Dylan Mohan Gray has arrived at Sundance 2013 with his filmmaking debut. Self-described as a "garden variety Punjabi-Irish hybrid, lover of contemporary history and politics," Gray studied film in college, but not necessarily with the express purpose of making them. Gathering all of his disparate collaborations and experiences, "Fire in the Blood" represents the culmination of a long and personal journey. What It's About: "It’s the story of an unimaginable crime and the unlikely group of people who took on the world’s most powerful companies and governments in an effort to stop the carnage." Now What It's Really About: "'Fire in the Blood' is, on the one hand, a chronicle of one of the greatest crimes in human history, the willful denial of AIDS drugs to Africa and other parts of the global south for several years. »

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