Dianas Hair Ego is an American documentary film about AIDS and one unconventional womans efforts to educate her small, Southern community. While documenting an AIDS quarantine controversy in South Carolina with DIVA TV (Damned Interfering Video Activist TV), filmmaker Ellen Spiro met DiAna DiAna, a local hairdresser who transformed her beauty parlor into a center for AIDS and safe sex information.
- Official 2012 trailer material success the documentary
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Official 2012 trailer material success the documentary
Dubbed "the little video that could" on National Public Radio, Diana’s Hair Ego traveled the world, premiering at the American Film Institute and at International Public Television Conference (INPUT) in Dublin. It was the first small format video to be broadcast on national television. Dianas Hair Ego was reviewed in the New York Times as "addressing AIDS and sexuality with refreshing directness and humor without losing touch with its serious subject matter." The Atlanta Constitution called it "the activist documentary of the 90s” and The Boston Globe called it a “terrific portrait of a remarkable woman”.
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