Manufactured Crisis is an Alliance for Natural Health (ANH) production – made in collaboration with Sanevax, the UK Association of HPV Vaccine Injured Daughters (AHVID), the Danish Association of HPV Vaccine Victims and the Spanish Association of people affected by HPV vaccine (AAVP). See press release here which includes a link to view the film […]
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“This year [ReadingFilmFEST] received submissions from 12 countries around the world including the United States, Australia, Canada, Colombia, France, India, Iran, Korea, Peru, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom and [Sacrificial Virgins] made the cut! ReadingFilmFEST will take place the weekend of November 1st – 4th in Reading, Pennsylvania with over 40 indie films […]
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The second part of Sacrificial Virgins is now available to watch here. See our press release. The third and final part will be available by 19 October. Stay tuned for it on this playlist.
While the core mission of Immunity Resource Foundation has been informing of the HIV/AIDS debacle, IRF would be mislabelled if it did not make forays into broadness. Which is why we have announced the first of a three-part documentary on the HPV vaccine, titled Sacrificial Virgins. The other parts will be available shortly. Jump directly […]
The movie Dallas Buyers Club was released in 2013, so I’m quite late in having seen the film recently despite old reminders. To begin with, I apologise for the clickbait title of this piece. Dallas Buyers Club is not an AIDS dissent film but it’s also not an HIV informational. It’s simply a story about […]
New York indie bookstore Bluestockings will be screening both of Reiss/Shenton’s recent HIV/AIDS films this Saturday (22 October 2016, 7:00-9:30 PM). IRF has issued a press release.
It’s happened once more. Another UK film festival – Portobello – has censored Positive Hell upon minimal pressure from AIDS orthodoxy defenders. Read here. The recurring tragedy is that an independent film festival yet again has absolved itself from supporting an independent film that it had accepted and did not see a problem with itself: […]