Sold out World Premiere, emotions and standing ovation
The Premiere of “Man Made Epidemic” on Saturday 25th of June in London was a huge success. The cinema was sold out and the response of the audience was impressive. After the film Natalie Beer received a standing ovation and a lot of people in the audience were very moved. The Q&A lasted for an hour and a lot of questions were asked.
It was a long road until we finally got to this point. We were pulled from a famous London Film Festival and some days later another cinema also withdrew the film last minute.
Here some quotes from the audience:
Paul Shattock, the former president of the World Autism Organization: “Natalie was the brains behind this project and did such a lot of background research to set it up. I was proud to be a part of Natalie’s project”
Mo Wilson, Mother of a child with autism: “A fantastic day, at a fantastic film with some really fantastic and incredible people. Congratulations Natalie Beer and team, a truly balanced view and amazing insight into the truths of this question. Hoping this is the first of many showings around the world!”
Jill Southgate: “Congratulations on a wonderful informative film! So well researched. Even I, who has been an Autism Grandmother for 17 years, was shocked by how little testing is done on vaccines… I urge everyone to go and see this film.”
Rebecca Whittaker: “Great film – thank you to everyone involved for standing in your truth and helping provide information so more people can make informed choices.”
Jacqueline Smirl, mother of a son with autism: “Excellent debut, look forward to it going nationwide and international! Very balanced and informative documentary, a must see for all new mums.”
Nolla Elke: “Congratulations for this well produced film on such a controversial topic, we were pleased to see that the movie was unbiased and well researched. It pointed out the effect of vaccines, environmental toxins, and the scientific cover-up of the correlation between the MMR- vaccine and autism within the CDC. We hope that this film will help to raise awareness for everyone else in order to stop further vaccine damage and to be in control of their own decision whether to vaccinate or not. Thank you.”
Elle Antonia: “Brilliant, compassionate, a total must-see! Natalie Beer and her team have made an amazing contribution and everyone must see this. Thank you.”
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Film director Natalie Beer (left), moved by the families affected with autism, Dr. Richard Halvorsen, Owner of the vaccination clinic “Baby Jabs” and author of the book “The Truth about Vaccines”, Paul Shattock, former president of the World Autism Organization, Cathy Stastny, mother of Daniel and Nina Lteif, mother of Christian and Eli.
Q&A with presenter Ted Baybutt, film director Natalie Beer, Dr. Richard Halvorsen, Owner of the vaccination clinic “Baby Jabs” and author of the book “The Truth about Vaccines”, Paul Shattock, former president of the World Autism Organization, Cathy Stastny, mother of Daniel and Nina Lteif, mother of Christian and Eli.