Praise for Just One Drop documentary screenings

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    [post_content] => A documentary about homeopathy – Just One Drop – is being made available to community groups and two successful screenings have already taken place in the UK.

Film-maker Laurel Chiten describes her movie as a ‘David and Goliath story’ as it sets out to tackle misapprehensions and tackle awkward questions about homeopathy through the real-life experiences of people who have used it.

Chiten's previous films have explored the plight of people living with the neurological conditions dystonia and Tourette’s Syndrome.

Anyone wishing to screen the film for their own audience – Just One Drop cannot be seen in mainstream cinemas and is not available for home viewing - can make all the arrangements through FanForce, a social media-based marketing company that brings films of all kinds to the people who want to see them in their own neighbourhoods.

Hazel Rank-Broadley, Society member, arranged a screening in Stroud, Gloucestershire, and strongly urges others to arrange their own ‘premieres’.

“The movies leaves people in little doubt of the power of homeopathy,” she said. “Not only do you receive a history lesson on the rise of homeopathy, you will also be connected to many of the homeopaths whose books might already be in your own library.

“It was a great experience, very confirming. I think I could watch this film six times over and still learn something new.”

Elaine Watson, also a Society member, who arranged a screening in Wellington, Somerset, was similarly enthused by what she and her fellow film-goers saw.

“I knew Laurel Chiten had been somewhat sceptical prior to her research for her film and we know that converts are the best zealots and can present a very well-researched, enthusiastic but balanced view,” she says.

“Many people were prepared to travel up to 150 miles to be there, on the night. One of my friends even came from the Isle of Skye - a two-day journey through the snow!

“We had a reassuring ratio of 3:1 of the general public to homeopaths which was important to me. My impression was that everyone thoroughly enjoyed the film and felt they knew much more about what we do here and world-wide and also what the profession has been through. I would heartily encourage you to challenge yourself and show the film yourselves.”

To host a screening go to: https://fan-force.com/create-screening/ and complete the online form.
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A documentary about homeopathy – Just One Drop – is being made available to community groups and two successful screenings have already taken place in the UK.

Film-maker Laurel Chiten describes her movie as a ‘David and Goliath story’ as it sets out to tackle misapprehensions and tackle awkward questions about homeopathy through the real-life experiences of people who have used it.

Chiten’s previous films have explored the plight of people living with the neurological conditions dystonia and Tourette’s Syndrome.

Anyone wishing to screen the film for their own audience – Just One Drop cannot be seen in mainstream cinemas and is not available for home viewing – can make all the arrangements through FanForce, a social media-based marketing company that brings films of all kinds to the people who want to see them in their own neighbourhoods.

Hazel Rank-Broadley, Society member, arranged a screening in Stroud, Gloucestershire, and strongly urges others to arrange their own ‘premieres’.

“The movies leaves people in little doubt of the power of homeopathy,” she said. “Not only do you receive a history lesson on the rise of homeopathy, you will also be connected to many of the homeopaths whose books might already be in your own library.

“It was a great experience, very confirming. I think I could watch this film six times over and still learn something new.”

Elaine Watson, also a Society member, who arranged a screening in Wellington, Somerset, was similarly enthused by what she and her fellow film-goers saw.

“I knew Laurel Chiten had been somewhat sceptical prior to her research for her film and we know that converts are the best zealots and can present a very well-researched, enthusiastic but balanced view,” she says.

“Many people were prepared to travel up to 150 miles to be there, on the night. One of my friends even came from the Isle of Skye – a two-day journey through the snow!

“We had a reassuring ratio of 3:1 of the general public to homeopaths which was important to me. My impression was that everyone thoroughly enjoyed the film and felt they knew much more about what we do here and world-wide and also what the profession has been through. I would heartily encourage you to challenge yourself and show the film yourselves.”

To host a screening go to: https://fan-force.com/create-screening/ and complete the online form.

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