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May 22
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Freddie Mercury The Final Act – RTS Nomination The Royal Television Society (RTS) has unveiled the nominees for this year’s RTS Programme Awards.The Best Arts Programme – “Freddie Mercury: The Final Act” (Rogan Productions for BBC)The story of the extraordinary final chapter of Freddie Mercury’s life and how, after his death from Aids, Queen staged one of the biggest concerts in history, the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert at Wembley Stadium, to celebrate his life and challenge the prejudices around HIV/AIDS.

The film hears from those who performed at the epic gig, including Gary Cherone (Extreme), Roger Daltrey (The Who), Joe Elliott (Def Leppard), Lisa Stansfield and Paul Young, as well as the concert’s promoter, Harvey Goldsmith.For the first time, Freddie’s story is told alongside the experiences of those who tested positive for HIV and lost loved ones during the same period. Medical practitioners, survivors and human rights campaigners, including Peter Tatchell, recount the intensity of living through the AIDS pandemic and the moral panic it brought about.James Rogan, the director, was just a child when Freddie died.

He was shocked to discover just how vicious the tabloids were in their assessment of the Queen frontman in the days and weeks after his death. “I’m essentially a human rights filmmaker, so I’m quite used to observing human rights abuses and I’ve documented many over the years,” James tells PinkNews. “But I find it unconscionable – one wonders how somebody writes into print some of the things that were said about Freddie after he died, and what the conversation is with oneself – what that journalist is saying to themselves as they write this stuff.“In the documentary, Roger Taylor says, ‘We were very angry about what happened to our friend,’ and my response to that was, ‘Damn right,’” James says. “

We’re angry. We’re very angry about what happened. You cannot look at that situation and not be angry. People died alone. People died without an acknowledgement of their humanity. People were shamed after they died, and I don’t think you can respond to that with anything but anger – and also with slight alarm that these behaviours still exist very much today.”The ceremony will take place Tuesday 29 March 2022 @ London’s Grosvenor House HotelSource: Queen Online News and Royal Television Society We’re really excited to see this poignant documentary nominated. One of the best, truthful accounts of our fascinating legend! Fingers crossed 🤞🏼 Freddie Mercury ForeverThis phenomenal picture is from Wembley Arena 5 September 1984 (the Birthday Boy turned 38)

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