A documentary film by Jennifer Sharp, is a compassionate exploration of the nuanced vaccine debate.
While the vaccine debate grows more divided, those with adverse reactions get stuck in the middle.
Vaccines have caused harm and deaths since there was only one vaccine in existence. A growing number of serious injuries and deaths to children occurred in the 1980s, when the vaccine schedule began to increase, and new combinations of vaccines were given together – with absolutely NO pre-licensure safety testing performed.
The passing of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 was intended to shift the burden of ensuring vaccines were safe to the federal government, while providing a mechanism for compensating those who were inevitably harmed by vaccines. Neither of these initiatives were successful. Millions of American children have been harmed by untested and dangerous vaccines with no acknowledgement of their injuries.
The hastily developed COVID vaccines are no different in their ability to cause permanent harm or death. But now it is ADULTS who are being harmed, and their devastating injuries are far more difficult to dismiss than injuries to infants who cannot communicate. There have now been more adverse reactions reported to VAERS for COVID vaccines than for all other vaccines in history combined.
In March 2021, after receiving my Pfizer shot, I couldn’t feel the left side of my face for a month. Eighteen months later, electric shocks and muscle weakness continue. Unable to receive the 2nd dose, I am amongst a group of partially-vaccinated people who have been outcast from many aspects of society with no empathy. We’ve been censored and told it’s unethical to talk about our stories because we are just anecdotes
This movie provides a glimpse into the lives of the Anecdotals–those of us whose lives have been changed drastically by taking the vaccine. It also reflects on the division and politics that prevents us from getting much needed care. Anecdotals is a personal journey that focuses on questions, not answers, and people, not politics.
About the Filmmaker:
Jennifer Sharp is an award-winning director, editor, writer and graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her first feature film “I’M THROUGH WITH WHITE GIRLS” received numerous awards and after a theatrical release, was distributed on Showtime, Netflix, and many other cable networks. Her most recent feature “UNA GREAT MOVIE” can be seen on Amazon Prime, Tubi, GooglePlay, and YouTube Movies.
Jennifer is a believer that Art has the power to change the world, and that artists have a responsibility to facilitate that change through sharing their truths.
Vaccine Safety Council of Minnesota is proud to bring this documentary to Minnesota and Wisconsin for two screenings on December 3rd and December 4th, 2022.
Please join us for the film, followed by a panel discussion featuring:
- Jennifer Sharp (the filmmaker)
- Brook Jackson (the Pfizer vaccine trial whistleblower)
- Kim Witczak (public representative on FDA Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee)
- Members of the vaccine-injured community
- Important elected officials
Each screening will also feature a very limited VIP event with Jennifer Sharp and other panel members. These tickets must be purchased separately from the screening tickets.
Saturday, December 3rd
St. Michael Cinema
4300 O’Day Ave NE
St. Michael, MN 55376
1:30: Pre-Screening Social Gathering
2:30: Film Screening
4:00: Q&A and Panel Discussion with filmmaker and special guests
5:00: VIP Gathering (limited number of tickets)
Sunday, December 4th
2:30-4:30: Pre-screening VIP gathering (limited number of tickets)
1777 Paulson Rd
River Falls, WI 54022
5:00: Film Screening, immediately followed by Q&A/Panel Discussion
105 S. Main Street
River Falls, WI 54022
Tickets for each film screening and panel discussion are $35, plus a card processing fee. Tickets for each VIP gathering are $80, plus a card processing fee.
Tickets are non-refundable and will be required for entry!
Order tickets HERE
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