What critics say about “Undetectable”

  • National Broadcast Independent Lens, PBS
  • Official Selection to the Los Angeles Film Festival
  • Shine Award-Best Documentary, LA, CA
  • Best Documentary: Council on Foundations Film and Video Festival
  • International Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Film Festival:
  • Best Documentary Jury Award

“A pungent social mosaic that in slicing across boundaries of sex, class and ethnicity has moments of heartbreaking intimacy… Besides being a powerful human document, the film is a reminder that AIDS miracle drugs are no quick fix and that the end of the epidemic is not in sight.”
Stephen Holden, New York Times

Jon Matsumoto, Variety

“So moving and powerful because it reminds us how rarely we look into the human face of AIDS..The strength of the film is its simplicity.”
Loren King, Boston Globe

Critic’s Choice
John Leonard, New York Magazine

Critic’s Choice, Boston Magazine

Les Simpson, Time OUT New York

“Excellent, moving…compelling…unsettling look at the realities faced by those diagnosed as HIV-positive.”
Bob Longino, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“Undetectable is without qualification one of the most important films of the year…remarkable.”
Brandon Judell, Popcorn Q

“Powerful, sobering film, a strong reminder that the crisis is anything but over…Indelible portraits.”
David Warner, Philadelphia City Paper

“The pain, spirit, and urgency come through in this reminder that AIDS… is still with us.”
Peter Keough, Boston Phoenix

“Through Corcoran’s compassionate lens we watch…an honest, gripping portrayal of the hearts and minds of six people with HIV.”
Sue Rochman, Advocate Magazine

“Important document about the evolution on HIV treatment.”
Folha de Sao Paulo, Brasil

“Unflinching, often surprising and even heartbreaking documentary.”
Lawrence Ferber, Frontiers Magazine

Gary Morris, (San Francisco) Bay Area Reporter

“Fine documentary…savvy depiction of the many contradictions of positive living.”
Shana Naomi Krochmal, POZ Magazine

“Corcoran refreshingly documents the changing demographics of AIDS.”
Mark J. Huisman, PlanetOut News

Festival Screenings:

  • Los Angeles Film Festival
  • New Festival, NYC
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music
  • Frameline San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
  • OutFest, LA
  • DocSide, San Antonio, Texas
  • MiX Brasil Festival da Diversidade Sexual, Sao Paulo, Brasil +Panel with their nation’s leading infectious disease specialists.
  • Fever In The Archive, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
  • North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
  • Silverlake Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA
  • Woodstock Film Festival, Woodstock, NY
  • Silver Bear Film Festival, PA
  • Reel Affirmations, Washington, DC
  • OUTONFILM, Atlanta, GA
  • and many others…