Friday, 10 September 2010

New Addition

Well here we are in September and what do we have - DEVELOPMENT money that is what!!! Our first executive producer has come on board, who wishes to remain anonymous at this time, but what they have done is put us on the road to production! We are eternally grateful, and will shortly begin the process - what is the process you may ask? Well here we go, this coming up

: To finally form the story that we will follow, i.e. to start the schedule of where and who we will film, this includes many conversations, meetings, travel and research.

: To start filming issues that we cannot miss out on.

: To go full on for production sourcing for funds

: To make a trailer on what the film will be.

: To find the best cinematographers, editor, composer, distribution company and post production team that we can muster.

Now we have and are seeking interest from the global community, so the plan has grown from covering the UK and the USA to the world. We are in conversation with several countries at the moment, including Sweden, Spain, Pakistan and Australia. If you would like your country featured please contact us.

More to announce soon, onwards and upwards!


  1. Fantastic. Looking forward to further updates.

  2. This is great news!

    Patricia Carter

  3. This is great news! Why don't you come over to Germany as well?

    I rellly like the fact that you're going to Pakistan. People need to see that this ist not a problem of the "western world" but a disease that people suffer from all over the globe.
    Thank you so much for all this.

  4. Being half Pakistani - but with little contact with Pakistan - I would be very interested to learn about the incidence of ME over there. Bravo for getting your funding!

  5. This is great news!!
    Italy (where I live) is full of interesting contradictions for almost everything - but the economic and social situation for ME patients is nearing desperate. Take it from an ME patient (although, fingers crossed, on the road to recovery): Italian patients need an international spotlight on what is supposedly one of the best national health systems in the world. Now that I am slightly more active, I am helping to organise the first protest ever for CFS, FM, and MCS patients - a sit-in in front of the Italian Ministry of Health in Rome - for the 1st of October. The sit-in has collected 185 confirmed participants on Facebook so far.
    If there is anything I can do to help you in Italy (translations, contacts, information and/or research), please let me know.

  6. How exciting! Well done getting this far. Looking forward to seeing the trailer!