Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Toxic Mold Documentary Black Mold Exposure Released to DVD

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Looking Glass Entertainment Co. releases the toxic mold and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) documentary Black Mold Exposure to DVD. The company has partnered with Fortune Denim, Needs, the National Geographic Store, and several other companies to offer nine bonus gifts to customers purchasing the DVD from the documentary’s official website at http://www.blackmoldexposuremovie.com. The DVD will be available at 20% off retail if purchased from the website.

Black Mold Exposure DVD

You're going to want to watch this one. -Film Threat

Looking Glass Entertainment Co. releases the toxic mold and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) documentary Black Mold Exposure to DVD. The company has partnered with Fortune Denim, Needs, the National Geographic Store, and several other companies to offer nine bonus gifts to customers purchasing the DVD from the documentary’s official website at http://www.blackmoldexposuremovie.com. The DVD will be available at 20% off retail if purchased from the website.

Complimentary copies of the DVD are available with participation and purchase of other special offers on the website including, Gevalia Coffee, Blockbuster Video, mold test kits for the home from NORMI, and others.

The documentary was released to a limited theatrical release this past spring and summer, and the company plans to continue screening the film through independent and licensed screenings.

SYNOPSIS

Imagine becoming so sensitive to almost everything you’re exposed to daily like common chemicals, furniture, foods, and pollen that it makes you so ill you can’t function. You must isolate yourself from others. You become unable to work, the doctors don’t believe you, and neither does your family. You’re mocked and you struggle daily to maintain your surroundings and health.

Watch this entertaining and shocking film as filmmaker Michael Roland Williams chronicles the agonizing struggle of those who have endured after being exposed to toxic mold. Most are still overwhelmed with debilitating symptoms years after exposure, while doctors, lawmakers, and attorneys take sides and dismiss their claims.

One of the primary participants in the documentary is designer Karen Noseff of Fortune Denim. She was ill and struggled to survive for years prior to launching Fortune Denim. Karen Noseff has been featured in national radio, television, and magazines, and has received numerous awards since achieving wellness and launching her denim line. http://www.fortunedenim.com

Karen Noseff is about to release her music album in January. http://www.karennoseff.com

Black Mold Exposure will be available for sell-through pricing on Single Disc format for $24.95 SRP

DVD ELEMENTS

-Theatrical Cut

EXTRAS

-Director’s commentary with cast updates

-Theatrical trailer

BASICS

PRODUCT SRP
Single disc Amaray $24.95

Street Date: December 11, 2009
Languages: English
Running Time: 101 minutes
Rating: Rated PG for thematic elements, brief mild language, and incidental smoking.

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Director Michael Roland Williams at the World Premiere of Black Mold ExposureMelinda Ballard's Home Being DemolishedMelinda Ballard was forced to evacuate and demolish her home due to excessive mold contamination. Jonathan - Living Homeless OutsideJonathan was forced to lived outside in a tent for 3 years after being forced out of his apartment due to mold exposure. Cast Member Karen Noseff Fortune Denim Founder and DesignerCast Member Karen Noseff Fortune Denim Founder and DesignerKaren Noseff at Fortune Denim ShowroomKaren Noseff at Fortune Denim showroom at Brite show in Los Angeles.Image of Holly in Hyperbaric ChamberHolly in Hyperbaric ChamberHolly doing her hyperbaric chamber therapy to improve her breathing from asthma difficulties brought on by mold exposure while she was teaching at school.Jonathan - Living Homeless OutsideJonathan living outside in a tent for 3 years after being forced out of his apartment due to mold exposure. Karen Noseff at the World Premiere of Black Mold ExposureImage of mold growth in a home after Hurricane KatrinaMold Growth in Home after Hurricane KatrinaHurricane Katrina caused excessive flooding in New Orleans, which caused excessive mold growth in homes.Multiple Chemical Sensitivites Causes One Cast Member to Have to Tape HIs Shoe to Wear ThemMultiple Chemical Sensitivities Cause One Cast Member to Tape His Shoes in Order to Wear ThemOne cast member is forced to line this shoes with aluminum foil duct tape to protect his feet from the shoes due to multiple chemical sensitivities caused by mold exposure in his previous apartment.Karen Noseff is Forced to Wrap and Tape Her CouchKaren Noseff is forced to wrap and tape her new couch to prevent the chemical fumes from causing her illness due to her multiple chemical sensitivities caused by mold exposure in her previous apartment. Colin is Home Schooled to Avoid Mold Exposure at SchoolColin is Home Schooled to Avoid Mold Exposure at SchoolColin was exposed to mold exposure in the school he was attending, and is now unable to return with becoming severely ill. He has developed multiple sensitivities due to his mold exposure.