Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 7, 2009
Screenings of Black Mold Exposure are scheduled for May 12 in San Diego, CA, at Landmark's La Jolla Village Cinemas, May 14 in Cambridge, MA, at Landmark's Kendall Square Cinema, May 19 in Seattle, WA, at Landmark's Metro Cinema's, May 26 in Houston, TX, at Landmark's River Oaks Theatre, and June 16 in Chicago, IL at Landmark's Century Centre Cinema. The film was touted as "Extraordinary" by Ted Gerdes of Gerdes Law, and was received exceptionally well at the Black Carpet World Premiere Event in Dallas in early April.
Black Mold Exposure explores the bizarre illnesses associated with exposure to toxic mold and the film participants' near impossible task of regaining their health and lives in an atmosphere of political and social intolerance and disbelief. The documentary is a first-ever look into the lives of those claiming to be ill from mold and the controversial and volatile climate surrounding it.
A growing number of people from all ages and walks of life claim mold made them ill while physicians, lawmakers and medical associations dispute the validity of these claims. Most of the symptoms of those claiming illness from mold can be caused by, and diagnosed as, any number of other illnesses. There are no standardized methods to measure what molds, at what exposure levels, over what period of time, might cause any given person to become ill.
The documentary follows filmmaker, Michael Roland Williams, and his girlfriend Karen Noseff, founder and designer of Fortune Denim, prior to her forming the premium denim line. She was forced to drop out of law school at Southern Methodist University, and struggles to regain her livelihood and well-being after an unknowing exposure to high levels of various molds that infested her apartment in Dallas. The documentary delves into the lives of six others as it explores the controversial mold issue.
"What I've found is that the press believes that it causes illness and they think it's old news, but there's a lot of controversy surrounding mold and whether it can cause illness. Most people in the public, physicians, experts, and even the CDC, don't believe or aren't aware of the debilitating and bizarre illnesses mold can cause." Michael said.
To view the trailer, get showtimes, or find out more about the documentary Black Mold Exposure visit http://www.blackmoldexposuremovie.com.
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