Friday, January 3, 2014

Unacceptable Levels DVD Giveaway!

Did you know that of the over 80,000 chemicals in our system of commerce, only a fraction have been tested for safety? For many years, the average consumer didn't consider the possibility of long-term health effects from exposure but many are now asking questions. Ed Brown is one of those people who began to wonder if health problems in his own family might have anything to do with toxin exposure. A self-taught filmmaker armed with a single camera, he traveled the world, seeking out the best and brightest minds to interview them regarding the impact of toxins on human health and the environment.

About the film:
"Unacceptable Levels" examines the unseen threat of toxic chemicals in our daily lives through the eyes of filmmaker Ed Brown, a father seeking to understand the world in which he and his wife are raising their children. Anchored in Brown's own poignant experiences, the film follows his quest to uncover the impact of toxins on his family's health.
To create this debut documentary, Brown traveled extensively to interview top minds in the fields of science, industry, government, law and environmental advocacy. Compiling their testimonies into a provocative narrative, he chronicles the history of industrial chemicals—from the chemical revolution of the 1940s through the shocking prevalence of unregulated chemicals in everyday lives. The film seeks to impart greater understanding about the compounding effects chemicals on our health; engage questioning around potential human and environmental risks; and ultimately inspire people to take action.  
Watch the film trailer:

Unacceptable Levels is currently screening in limited venues or On Demand for $14.95. However, I'm giving away a copy of this important film for you to watch and then share with family and friends.

Please see below for entry details.

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Note: This giveaway is for U.S. residents only.

Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this giveaway. It was sponsored by Unacceptable Levels.


Sherry Lassiter said...

Yet, we wonder about the increase in cancers. I saw good ol' Roundup featured prominently. I wish the ACA required Monsanto (and companies of their ilk) to make huge payments to the pool for covering healthcare costs of cancer. I can dream right?

Deanna said...

I love that idea! Btw, if you want this comment to count as entries for the DVD, click on the Rafflecopter thingy. It collects the entries.