Society of Homeopaths to host UK premiere of Magic Pills documentary

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Magic Pills, produced and directed by homeopath Ananda More, explores the arguments for and against homeopathy. She  meets scientists, sceptics, practitioners and patients in her investigation, travelling to India, Cuba, African countries and to homeopathy-friendly Switzerland for the final stop.

Ananda, a classical homeopath, graduated from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine in 2005 and also has a background in theatre and performance. She decided to make the film after becoming the victim of a smear campaign and in response to her growing frustration at the media's portrayal of homeopaths and homeopathy.

She is flying in from Toronto for the premiere and will take part in a Q&A with the audience after the screening.

"I am so honoured to have this documentary, Magic Pills, premiering at the Society of Homeopaths' conference, I couldn't think of a better venue," she said. "The film has truly been the result of the whole community's support and, with building momentum, we can use this film to take back the story of homeopathy and build a new, accurate, narrative in the media."

Pamela Stevens, the Society's Marketing Manager, said: "We are delighted to be hosting the UK premiere of Magic Pills and that Ananda More will be joining us for the screening. It is an invaluable opportunity for our members to hear first-hand from someone who has investigated homeopathy from different perspectives and her experience and her findings will give inspiration to people who have faced the same negativity themselves in their professional lives as practitioners."

The screening is on Friday 27 April in London at 6pm and is free to conference delegates or £5 for Society members and £10 for non members.

Online booking opens later this month.

 
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A film documenting a quest to establish the truth about homeopathy is to have its UK premiere at this year’s Society of Homeopaths conference.

Magic Pills, produced and directed by homeopath Ananda More, explores the arguments for and against homeopathy. She  meets scientists, sceptics, practitioners and patients in her investigation, travelling to India, Cuba, African countries and to homeopathy-friendly Switzerland for the final stop.

Ananda, a classical homeopath, graduated from the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine in 2005 and also has a background in theatre and performance. She decided to make the film after becoming the victim of a smear campaign and in response to her growing frustration at the media’s portrayal of homeopaths and homeopathy.

She is flying in from Toronto for the premiere and will take part in a Q&A with the audience after the screening.

“I am so honoured to have this documentary, Magic Pills, premiering at the Society of Homeopaths’ conference, I couldn’t think of a better venue,” she said. “The film has truly been the result of the whole community’s support and, with building momentum, we can use this film to take back the story of homeopathy and build a new, accurate, narrative in the media.”

Pamela Stevens, the Society’s Marketing Manager, said: “We are delighted to be hosting the UK premiere of Magic Pills and that Ananda More will be joining us for the screening. It is an invaluable opportunity for our members to hear first-hand from someone who has investigated homeopathy from different perspectives and her experience and her findings will give inspiration to people who have faced the same negativity themselves in their professional lives as practitioners.”

The screening is on Friday 27 April in London at 6pm and is free to conference delegates or £5 for Society members and £10 for non members.

Online booking opens later this month.

 

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