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'Unrest' Doc About Chronic Fatigue Making Sure Homebound Audience Has Virtual Access

Tuesday 10 October 2017

 

From Deadline Hollywood:

 

Jennifer Brea
Jennifer Brea
(Photo: Jason Frank Rothenberg)
 

‘Unrest’ Doc About Chronic Fatigue Making Sure Homebound Audience Has Virtual Access

By Anita Busch
September 29, 2017
Copyright © 2017 Penske Business Media, LLC. All rights reserved.

EXCLUSIVE: Unrest, a movie about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (known as ME) which debuted at Sundance this year, is using an unconventional distribution method to make sure that it is seen by one of its target audiences: homebound sufferers of the disease.

The film is opening in Los Angeles and San Francisco today theatrically, however, for those affected by ME who might not be able to attend a theatrical screening, the filmmaker Jennifer Brea and her film team have come up with an innovative idea with accessibility as their main priority for their distribution strategy. And this is something that Brea can relate to as she suffers from ME and actually made the film while largely being bed bound while working with a team of producers.

Those who are homebound can watch the film livestream. Audience members who would have otherwise been excluded from theatrical experiences can watch the film, virtually participate in Q&As and panel discussions, and share their reactions to the film.

 

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