Not only is Forgotten Plague, the long awaited documentary about ME/CFS completed, you can host a screening of this groundbreaking document at a theater near you! See more information below from MEadvocacy.org
As you may be aware, the documentary, Forgotten Plague, directed by Ryan Prior, has been released. The Huffington Post calls it; “…must see TV, particularly when telling the stories from individuals diagnosed with ME/CFS.” See the full review here – http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bill-johnson-ii/forgotten-plague-a-must-s_b_8230262.html
The documentary is now available for private screenings. The screenings are managed by a website called Tugg to make the process easier. If you would like to host a screening (or see if a screening is being held in your area), go to the Forgotten Plague page on Tugg https://www.tugg.com/titles/forgotten-plague
You will see two blue buttons on the right side, one for theaters and one for community venues. These are the two types of places where screenings can take place.
Disability Depot is also proud to announce we’ll be having our own showing here in Northern Kentucky. I’ll put up details as soon as I have more information. Please consider coming and tell everyone you know! Don’t live in NKY? Host your own screening in your area free of charge!