Monday, 7 June 2010

So we progress

Thank you all for your great feedback, support and encouragement, since the launch of the new teaser trailer. We are now moving to the detailed research required for the film. We are fortunate to have on board a well experienced researcher Paula Nightingale, who has a long list of documentaries under her belt, aided by Tony Hill with a degree in documentary research, but who became a ME sufferer himself, unable to pursue his career he has generously given the time and energy that he can muster to join us for the film.

Here I would like to make clear, as judging from some comments we are receiving, what we see in the teaser trailers is not necessarily the way we will go forward with the film. They are in place to give the essence of what we will come up with, but the film itself will be a much bigger story, not just a bigger version of the trailers. We hope to deliver a film that will not be overlooked by anyone, whether in the ME community or not, this is being presented to the planet.

We can track how many people are viewing the trailers, and I am delighted to announce that so far we have 39 countries on the count, keep spreading this to all you know, we are aiming this everywhere!

Susan Douglas


  1. Well done for taking on this much needed project.

    My diagnosis of ME/CFS turned out to be Lyme Disease another disease where patients struggle with controversy over diagnosis and treatment.

    Research shows that many patients with ME/CFS are found to have Lyme Disease and many can make significant improvements on long term antibiotics but not everyone.

    Some of the world authorities on ME/CFS recognise that for some patients Lyme Disease is involved. You may already be aware of the Documentary film Under Our Skin trailer and other clips on their website at
    I am sure you will find what they are achieving with this documentary very interesting as you start your journey with your documentary.

    Good luck and I look forward to the finished result.

  2. I really enjoyed both trailers and will share them with my friends and family on both sides of the Atlantic! Very well done. I look forward to seeing the actual film.

  3. Excellent work all round. I can't wait for the film to come out! It is high time a serious film was made, for everyone to see, and not just the ME community. This requires mainstream, peak time viewing! I wish you continued success with the project, and follow your progress with interest.

  4. I have been passing the trailers on to as many people as I can!! Well done!!

  5. Keep us informed. It will be interesting to see if any of the psychologizers finally consent to an interview ... but I'm not holding my breath. :)