28 February 2013 12:36 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The Best Documentary Feature category at this year’s Oscars was stacked with some incredible films, and now one of the nominees is getting an adaptation of its own.  ABC Studios has bought the rights to director David France’s powerful documentary How to Survive a Plague with an eye towards adapting it into a miniseries for the network.  The film documents the early years of the AIDS epidemic, following a group of motivated and passionate young men with HIV whose lobbying and protest efforts through the groups Act Up and Tag directly lead to the production of better and more affordable AIDS treatment drugs.  It's an inspiring story and most of the documentary is told through intimate archive footage from the movements, making for a highly emotional viewing experience. Hit the jump for more on how the pic will be turned into a miniseries. Per THR, France has actually »

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