UPDATE – Help Support New Lyme Documentary Film!

I am proud to announce that there has been great support for the New Lyme disease documentary film “Ticked Off!”

Through your generous donations, we have raised roughly half the financing needed for the first leg of filming to take place June 5-6, 2012 at Clontarf Castle in Dublin, Ireland during the First International Conference on Lyme Disease in Ireland, an event hosted by www.TickTalkIreland.org.

Please continue to support this worthy cause to ensure that sufficient funding is in place to facilitate the shoot. 

The target funding needed to film the 2-day conference is $14,000 USD or $11,000 € (EURO) and we are almost half way there! Thank you! We need YOUR continued help!

Normally funding is already in place for a film of this scope, but the conference was a sudden and pleasant surprise, so funds must be raised quickly to enable the film crew to capture this unique opportunity that is quickly approaching! What better way than to have Lyme patients, physicians, and interested parties from all over the world, contribute to the process?

Become part of a world-changing epic film without ever leaving your home!

Many of us ask “what can I do” when it comes to helping others. Here is a great opportunity to change the landscape of a serious illness on multiple continents.

Since this footage will be used for the film’s trailer, it is a unique opportunity to capture the plight of Lyme patients, as well as to interview top Lyme experts attending the conference. The filmmakers will not only be interviewing Lyme patients and physicians, but will be focusing on a topic that no other film has done to date — the actual conflicts and controversy surrounding Lyme disease, as well as the issues of diagnosis and treatment.

This new film delivers unfettered truths to a worldwide audience in an undeniable story. And more importantly, the film will address where do we go from here!

The public yet unaffected by Lyme disease are in danger of contracting an illness that physicians are not allowed to treat. Awareness is the first step towards understanding.

Please help today to fund what will prove to be a ground-breaking film about Lyme disease by donating any amount to support this worthy cause.

All those donating $30 or more will be listed in the film’s credits. Those who donate $100 or more will receive a free copy of the Lyme book of your choice from my book series “It’s All In Your Head”, or your choice of a copy of God Science or The Fourth Monkey. (Be sure to provide your address!) 

CLICK TO DONATE TO TICKED OFF! FIILM HERE



For more information or to attend the First International Conference for Lyme Disease in Ireland June 5-6, 2012, click here for details:

Ticked Off! Movie Information               Tick Talk Ireland Information

The Director is well-versed in Lyme, and an award-winning Director/Artist/Writer, Lisa Vandegrift Davala. The film’s world-class production team carries with it other award-winning and renowned experts including IFTA winner Cian de Buitléar, D.P., who shot Lisa’s last film “…for peace comes dropping slow…”, and was the cinematographer who shot the underwater scenes in Saving Private Ryan; and for productions such as Dancing at Lughnasa, The Boxer, Blow Dry, and I Went Down.

Eleanor Bowman, accomplished cinematographer with more than 20 high profile films, and TV series to her credit, will head the second camera team. Tony Kearns, award winning film editor, has edited features, commercials, and more than 40 of the worlds best known music videos including Radiohead, R.E.M., FOO Fighters, Chemical Brothers, U2, Sinead O’Connor and more. This film is expected to have a two-year production time, and funds are necessary to help pay for the initial filming of the upcoming June conference.

A Sincere THANK YOU for your generous support!

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3 thoughts on “UPDATE – Help Support New Lyme Documentary Film!

  1. I’ve been ill since 2004, diagnosed on 2006. My story is long, complicated, continues to this day. I am an RN. Besides being ill, i have very good medical knowledge re: lyme. Live in small town Montana. My story has changed dr. opinions and now some are actually looking and making diagnosis. Still need to go out of state for long term antibiotic tx. If i can help with this documentary as a lyme patient please contact me. The world needs to b educated!!!! Everyones life changes forever.

  2. OK thank you Jacki, will forward to the director. I’m sorry you have to deal with Lyme, it is an insidious disease. Do you have a support group near you? PJ Langhoff

  3. My Lyme came to me via Mt. Pilchuck, Snohomish County Washington State. This was in 1985. My best friend and love of my life just divorced me in an awful & ugly fashion. She was the one who pulled the infected tick from my arm after I brought it home from work in late July. This was one year after my graduation from the University of Washington. My story is textbook so….. Now at 52, foggy & exhausted, my memory is severely impaired to the point I am simply embarrassed everywhere I go. The pain, the unrelenting pain that has made me into a wimp just refuses to go away despite good efforts by a few doctors. Nobody is suppose to live like this period. It is torture. Yet, I continue trying to find hope. That is suppose to be the way, correct? Any good doctors near Everett, WA?

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