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The documentary, "Behind The Fear, the hidden story of HIV" is set to screen in New York 12-09-2016
Nicole Zwiren's feature-length AIDS documentary 'Behind the Fear,' uncovers the controversy that the government is hiding about HIV. Nicole's film is scheduled to be screened in N.Y. on Dec. 9th at 11:00 am at The Producer's Club, 358 W. 44th St.
Most of us would answer HIV…and film-maker Nicole Zwiren thought the same until she happened to turn on the radio and heard a discussion that so galvanized her that she devoted the next seven years to researching, writing and producing a film that revealed an alternative viewpoint. Her feature-length documentary film, "Behind The Fear, the hidden story of HIV," is narrated by Ed Asner and is now available for everyone to see.
"I was fascinated to learn that a man who had tested positive for HIV in 1987 never took AZT, the prescribed AIDS treatment at the time," Zwiren recalls. "Not only was he alive and well, but he said that his friends who took the drug AZT died because the toxicity from the drug was so high. In other words, it was the drug itself that enabled a quicker death."
As Zwiren discovered, HIV may not cause AIDS, after all. In fact, members of the scientific community – self-titled "AIDS dissidents" – have questioned the HIV=AIDS paradigm from the start, ever since the announcement, in 1984, that a newly discovered retrovirus called HIV was the "probable cause of AIDS."
Recalls Zwiren, "I became obsessed with the debate over whether or not HIV was really the cause of AIDS, and I knew I needed to make a documentary about it."
Behind the Fear, the hidden story of HIV will make it's New York premiere at 11:00 AM on December 9th at The Producer's Club, 358 W. 44th St.
New York, NY 10036. This is screening as a part of the Cinema New York City Film Festival, the New York Branch of the World International Film Festival.
The film offers an alternative side to the story of HIV/AIDS that has been suppressed by the mainstream scientific community for decades. It has already won 2 awards at other film festival screenings (Commffest, and Cinema Los Angeles Film Festival) in addition to the award it will receive at the Cinema New York City Film Festival for Best Feature-Length Documentary. This is a schedule of the films to be screened at the festival in New York: http://cinemanewyorkcity.com/
Please visit www.behindthefear.com for more information on the film and to watch the film streaming on Amazon.
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