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New trailer for upcoming film about MCS shown at MCS conference in Spain
Friday 19 November 2010
A Spanish short drama film focusing on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity will be shown in December.
A trailer for the movie has been made and was presented at the end of a recent MCS conference in Spain.
New trailer for upcoming film about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity is shown at MCS conference in Spain
Two weeks ago I introduced you [to] the first trailer for the upcoming short film Los pájaros de la mina (The Birds in a mine), the first film made in Spain about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, which was very well received between MCS sufferers from all around the world.
Today I want to share with you the new and powerful trailer for the film. This new trailer had its debut last week at the MCS conference organized by ASQUIFYDE, which was held at the University of Alicante, Spain. During the three days of the conference, a lot of doctors, lawyers and other specialists talked about MCS, toxics, the situation in Spain, etc. It was really great and we could follow the presentations and discussions on the Internet.
Also presented at the conference was an Environmental Control Guide (my blog No Fun is part of it) together with my video “MCS: The importance of reducing the toxic load”, which, according to Francisca Gutierrez, president of ASQUIFYDE, made a big impression on the conference attendees (medical students, press and other people related with environmental health).
For the closure of the conference, the new trailer was shown. The scriptwriter and lead actress in the film, Mariam Felipe, was there to explain the project and about how the idea for the film was sparked because of my interview on Carne Cruda (Raw Meat) one year ago. And then they showed this amazing new trailer.
The premiere of the film will be December 10th at the Teatro Principal de Pontevedra.
According to the filmmaker, Víctor Moreno, they will make a version with English subtitles, and, thanks to Silvia K. Müller, president of CSN, another version with German subtitles will be made, too.
The above originally appeared here.
It has also been reported here:
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