series event

Killer in the Village

Unfortunately this film is cancelled due to industrial action.  We hope to reschedule this later in the year.

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.


This term’s film series, which looks at sex and its historical representation, ends with a film exploring the emergence of AIDS as an epidemic. Produced as part of the BBC’s long-running documentary series Horizon, the 1983 film ‘The Killer in the Village’ was one of the first documentaries to examine AIDS. Hannah J. Elizabeth (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) will introduce the film and open discussion after, drawing on her PhD and ongoing research into the emotional history of public health and the portrayal of HIV in the media.

LSHTM is one of 61 institutions where strikes are set to take place over 14 days in response to an ongoing nationwide dispute on proposed changes to the USS pension scheme. Some events on strike days may be cancelled at short notice due to this. Please check the event listing before you travel. We appreciate your understanding and apologise for any inconvenience. 


Free and open to all