Samuel Douek, Director of ‘Jus+ Like Me’ is a trained architect turned director working across documentary, music video and narrative film. His subjects confront issues surrounding LGBTQ+ and minority subcultures from a design perspective. In addition to filmmaking Douek founded the CAMPerVAN, a transportable queer performance and community space that has toured the UK and Europe bringing LGBTQ+ performance art into the public sphere.
The widespread dissemination of HIV prevention medication has seen a drastic fall in the number of new diagnoses in recent years.
However, despite growing awareness and acceptance of the virus, many people living HIV continue to experience fear and stigma from wider society.
JUS+ Like Me was made in Honour of World Aids day as both a celebration of the advancements in medication and a reminder of the virus that continues to affect huge parts of the world.
But most importantly, JUS+ Like Me was made to show how people like Phil live happy, healthy and normal lives.
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