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Powerful Environmental Illness Awareness Video

Yesterday I received an email from Steve Johnston at Liverpool Court Studios, an audio/video production house in Canada. Steve had stumbled across The Environmental Illness Resource and kindly attached a video he had made about EI for a client some time ago. The video is a short environmental illness awareness piece. It talks about environmental illness in very broad terms by pointing out that chemicals that surround us in our daily lives can have serious consequences for our health and that of those we love. Steve kindly said I could post the video on the site so here it is: http://www.ei-resource.org/index.php?option=com_seyret&Itemid=32&task=videodirectlink&id=32   The video was only made as an example on a shoestring budget but I found it extremely powerful. The storyline, visual effects and soundtrack that are used make it highly emotive and ensure it has an impact on the viewer. I'm sure the video would make many people stop for a minute to...
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  • adminv15
    adminv15 says #
    I found it to be very powerful - sometimes short and to the point can have a more profound impact. I put it on my blog to share as
  • Maff
    Maff says #
    Hi Soph, Thanks for your thoughts. I agree that perhaps the video is perhaps a bit forceful with its message without backing this
  • Soph
    Soph says #
    Yes, it's very powerful. And to someone sympathetic to environmental illness it's both incredibly moving and thought provoking.