An HIV-positive singer-songwriter's triumph over AIDS.
Mississippi native Jimbeau Hinson ("Fancy Free", "Party Crowd") is a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter living in Nashville, Tennessee who has been HIV-positive for over thirty years. He was also the first openly bisexual singer-songwriter in country music, and has been married to his wife, Brenda Fielder, for thirty-three years. Jimbeau has almost died from AIDS twice, although he is now HIV-undetectable, and he recently received a record deal and released a new album at age sixty-two.
Featuring musical performances by Jimbeau Hinson, Jon Michaels, Marc-Alan Barnette and friends recorded live at Bluebird Cafe' and Douglas Corner Cafe' in Nashville, Tennessee; and music by Jimbeau Hinson, Roy August, Kim Tribble, Jon Michaels, David Lee Murphy, Dillon Dixon, Marc-Alan Barnette, and Billy Dawson.
A film by Rex Jones of the Southern Documentary Project at the University of Mississippi. Produced in association with the Center for the Study of Southern Culture.
FESTIVAL SCREENINGS INCLUDE:
FLORIDA DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY DOCMIAMI
LANDLOCKED FILM FESTIVAL
WESTERN KENTUCKY FILM FESTIVAL
NASHVILLE FILM FESTIVAL
CROSSROADS FILM FESTIVAL - PROGRAMMERS' CHOICE AWARD WINNER
OXFORD FILM FESTIVAL