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Man Made Epidemic pulled from East End Film festival amid outside pressure

“Man Made Epidemic” by German filmmaker Natalie Beer has been pulled from London’s East End Festival. The film had originally been chosen to premiere at the festival on the 25th of June. The festival director decided to withdraw the film last Friday after a hefty discussion on their Twitter account had arisen. This is the second film dealing with vaccine safety being pulled from a film festival within a few months. Earlier this year Robert de Niro bowed to outside pressure and pulled the documentary Vaxxed from the Tribeca Film Festival.

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World Premiere of Man made epidemic

We are thrilled to announce that “Man made epidemic” will have its world premiere at the East End film festival in London on the 25th of June in the Genesis theatre at 2pm! We hope to see you all there! The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the team and protagonists of the film. We hope to see you all there! And this is where you can get tickets for the world premiere of “Man made epidemic”: This is what the festival wrote about our film: This myth-busting documentary sees Natalie Beer travel the world...

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The Team

We would like to introduce you to the people behind “Man Made Epidemic”. We are an international team who have worked together for nearly two years to make this film happen.

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Man Made Epidemic – About The Movie

By 2030, every second boy in the US will be autistic. Why have autism rates risen so much? Why are numbers in some countries higher than in others? Looking for answers, filmmaker and mother Natalie Beer traveled the world and spoke to leading experts.

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