Mobilus Media, a documentary film company, is researching and developing a possible feature film project on thalidomide. They are at a very early stage and have been speaking with those whose lives have been affected by thalidomide: doctors, journalists and authors, throughout the world.
They are looking for people to share their stories and are particularly interested in hearing from people who have taken or are currently taking thalidomide as part of their medical treatments. If any of you are facing new questions about the use of the drug for cancer relief, or if you are in a period of life transition, that would be of great interest to them as well.
To find out more about the work that they do, visit www.mobilusmedia.com or www.make-do-productions.com. Sandy McLeod, the director, has been nominated for an Academy Award in the documentary category for her piece, Asylum; and Karen Bernstein, the producer, has won an Emmy and a Grammy for work done with a PBS series called American Masters.
For more information or to share your story, contact Karen Bernstein at email@example.com.