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November 8, 2013 1:34 AM
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Vote for Project of the Week! Will It Be 'Fitness,' 'ACT/OR,' 'Leaves' or 'Canary'?

Vote below for this week's Project of the Week.

The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for Project of the Month. That winner will be awarded with a creative consultation from the fine folks at the Tribeca Film Institute!

The four projects up for the prize: "Automatic Fitness," "ACT/OR," "Leaves on Trees" and "Canary in a Coal Mine."

Voting will end Monday November 11, at 11AM Eastern.

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9 Comments

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  • Ren | November 11, 2013 11:12 AMReply

    ME is psychiatry's new sluggish schizophrenia. ME is witch trials, again. ME is untouchability. Remember, first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. Do not go gentle into that good night.

  • Siobhan | November 11, 2013 9:50 AMReply

    Imagine an illness where a moderate case means being housebound, having to use a wheelchair. Then imagine what a very severe case would be. Then imagine that it's infectious, with 80 years of documented cluster outbreaks.
    Then imagine your government spending 8 times more on research into Male Pattern Baldness and no money on epidemiology for said illness....
    Canary in a Coalmine is a hugely important film. Public Health at large is at stake. Imagine polio being called Chronic Limp Syndrome and you'll catch the political gist

  • Jennifer Hartig | November 11, 2013 9:46 AMReply

    Wonderful movie - great acting!

  • lemonfoundation | November 9, 2013 1:38 PMReply

    Allied NATO Government is hiding millions of infectious NON HIV AIDS cases (like mine) under the "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)" ICD-code.

    - Dr. Lorraine Day was on Riley's THE POWER HOUR (09/12): "...HIV-Negative AIDS cases falsely reported and treated as CFS cases may be one of the biggest cover-ups we have seen."

    - In 1992 "...Newsweek made an even more shocking announcement: … CFS patients who had the same immune system deficiencies as the NON-HIV AIDS cases..."

    - Dr. Judy Mikovits stated on In Short Order (11/12) about CFS & Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME): "…consider this NON HIV AIDS."

    My case goes up through the NIH, CDC, White House, WHO, to the UN. I testified federally in Washington-DC, and am published 18 times on 4 continents.

    w ww.ukprogressive.co.uk/the-aids-like-disease-seldom-mentioned/article20891.html

    Or simply google "NON HIV AIDS"

  • Anne | November 9, 2013 3:48 AMReply

    The subject of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) is way overdue for a quality documentary. Canary in A Coal Mine looks to fit that bill perfectly. Seventeen million best wishes -- one for every sufferer today.

  • Dearest Jen | November 8, 2013 9:09 PMReply

    Congatulations! You will always be a winner to me. I admire your grace, style and passion in this noble and much needed endeavor. Love, Aunt Pat

  • Nita Moots Kincaid | November 8, 2013 8:23 PMReply

    Support for this documentary and research leading to a cure for ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) is a must and long overdue.

  • suzy parker | November 8, 2013 4:31 PMReply

    Canary In A Coal Mine is a very, VERY IMPORTANT film.