Homeopaths invited to host local screenings of Magic Pills

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    [post_content] => Homeopaths are being encouraged to host local screenings of Magic Pills, Ananda Moore’s thought-provoking film about her quest to establish the truth about homeopathy.

4Homeopathy – a group of 11 organisations and charities including the Society of Homeopaths – is aiming to have the film screened by 20 people in 20 towns and cities around the UK.

Events could take place at practitioners’ clinics or at outside venues such as village halls and community centres.

The cost for the screening licence is competitive and Ananda (pictured right) offers advice about how to organise a screening, marketing information and how to make the best use of social media.

No special equipment is required for showing the film which received its UK premiere at the Society's 40th anniversary conference in London in April.

Members who sign up for the screening will have access to the Magic Pills Social Impact Group where they can explore and share ideas about showing the film as well as an invitation to sign up to receive the Magic Pills e-newsletter.

Anyone interested can join the campaign at www.magicpillsmovie.com
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Homeopaths are being encouraged to host local screenings of Magic Pills, Ananda Moore’s thought-provoking film about her quest to establish the truth about homeopathy.

4Homeopathy – a group of 11 organisations and charities including the Society of Homeopaths – is aiming to have the film screened by 20 people in 20 towns and cities around the UK.

Events could take place at practitioners’ clinics or at outside venues such as village halls and community centres.

The cost for the screening licence is competitive and Ananda (pictured right) offers advice about how to organise a screening, marketing information and how to make the best use of social media.

No special equipment is required for showing the film which received its UK premiere at the Society’s 40th anniversary conference in London in April.

Members who sign up for the screening will have access to the Magic Pills Social Impact Group where they can explore and share ideas about showing the film as well as an invitation to sign up to receive the Magic Pills e-newsletter.

Anyone interested can join the campaign at www.magicpillsmovie.com

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