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Logline: A film about endometriosis, the most common, devastating disease that most people have never heard of.
"Endo What" explores one of the world's most misunderstood diseases: endometriosis. It affects 1 in 10 women or 176 million worldwide, yet most people have never heard of it.
Patients see an average of 8 doctors for 10 years before being diagnosed. In that time, many are forced to abandon dreams of having children, to leave careers they love, to watch personal relationships suffer & to live in unspeakable pain. Because of societal taboos & misinformation, many doctors & even those closest to them tell them the pain is normal or in their heads.
This film seeks to change that.
Shannon Cohn - Director/Producer ("Monogamish" - Co-Producer, 2015 Rome Film Fest; "Neurons to Nirvana," Seattle Intl. Film Fest; "Sea Nation" - Producer; Discovery Channel)
Patricio Cohn - Producer/DP - ("Prudy & Albert" - Director, "Sea Nation" - Producer, Discovery Channel)
Arix Zalace - Producer/Editor
About the Film:
I'm not only director of this film, I'm also a women living with endometriosis. In my case, that means over 20 years of pain, miscarriages, surgeries & misdiagnoses. After the birth of my second daughter (who has a 7x increased risk of having the disease), I realized how little things have changed since I first had symptoms at 16. I thought: What if there were a film to stop this vicious cycle? A film to put power in the hands of women.
This is that film.Current Status: Finishing Post & Outreach Plan.Got a project that you'd like to be featured? Submit to Project of the Day!
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