In “Man Made Epidemic”, writer/director and mother Natalie Beer interviews doctors, scientists and affected families to uncover the truth about the autism epidemic and what role vaccines may play. Beer seeks to find out if pesticides, vaccines and other environmental factors are instrumental in the rise of autism, closely examining the ongoing effects of the MMR vaccine and the neurological toxins found in vaccines.
“Man Made Epidemic” sets out to inform and deliver a balanced view of a complex and controversial topic and allow viewers to form their own conclusions.
The film explores the common misconception that autism is solely genetic, as well as the positive effects nutrition and diet has on the lives and behavior of children with autism. It also poses questions to the medical community to examine if the timing of when a vaccine is administered to a child can play a factor in determining its danger, and whether we should consider separating Measles, Mumps and Rubella into different vaccines.
“Man Made Epidemic” features exclusive interviews with Paul Shattock (former president of the World Autism Association), Dr. Richard Halvorsen (founder of the vaccination clinic “Babyjabs”), Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride (Neurologist and Nutritionist), Dr. Stefan SchmidtTroschke (Founder of Individual Vaccination Choice), Dr. Jan Leidel (President Vaccination Committee Germany), Thomas Breuer (SVP Glaxo Smith Kline Vaccines), Dr. Ulrich Fegeler (Federal Spokesman for Pediatricians), and Dr. Andrew Wakefield (Director of VAXXED).
“Man Made Epidemic” was executive produced by Lothar Moll, with cinematography by Lucy Martens, editing by Simon Modery and original music by David Hanson. The film comes to Vision by way of Busch Media, who is releasing the film in select theatres in Germany this fall. Vision Films will release “Man Made Epidemic” on DVD and VOD in the U.S. and Canada on September 19th.