Unspoken
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Just One Drop
Sequoia 2Thu, Oct 12 3:00 PM
Homeopathy is controversial, pitting patients with abundant anecdotal evidence against well-funded, organized skeptics out to discredit it as "quackery." This timely examination of legitimacy and access to holistic healthcare proves the best medicine is open curiosity and more scientific research. The wondrous history of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann’s scientific "provings" in his development of homeopathy is dramatized through elegant animation. Meanwhile, a couple uses homeopathy to help heal their young autistic son. And suspense heightens as European homeopathy researchers team up to investigate an Australian report that smears homeopathy’s efficacy and threatens true freedom of choice in healthcare. As worldwide healthcare debates rage on, India is successfully integrating homeopathy and conventional medicine as parallel paths for treatment. May this third way inspire truly effective global healthcare, cooperative holistic and conventional medicine.
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Just One Drop
Sequoia 2Sat, Oct 14 2:30 PM
Homeopathy is controversial, pitting patients with abundant anecdotal evidence against well-funded, organized skeptics out to discredit it as "quackery." This timely examination of legitimacy and access to holistic healthcare proves the best medicine is open curiosity and more scientific research. The wondrous history of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann’s scientific "provings" in his development of homeopathy is dramatized through elegant animation. Meanwhile, a couple uses homeopathy to help heal their young autistic son. And suspense heightens as European homeopathy researchers team up to investigate an Australian report that smears homeopathy’s efficacy and threatens true freedom of choice in healthcare. As worldwide healthcare debates rage on, India is successfully integrating homeopathy and conventional medicine as parallel paths for treatment. May this third way inspire truly effective global healthcare, cooperative holistic and conventional medicine.
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Film Info
Country:US
Year:2017
Running Time:26 min.
Premiere Status:World
Director:Emma Zurcher-Long
Julia Ngeow
Geneva Peschka
Producer:Geneva Peschka
Executive Producer:Vera Farmiga
Renn Hawkey
Disrupter Productions
Opendox
Cinematographer:Julia Ngeow
Editor:Conor McBride
Description
Emma is a 14-year-old autism spectrum ambassador, bringing her brilliance and emotional intelligence to audiences via typed messages, vibrantly sharing with those eager to learn how to connect.
Additional Information

Emma Zurcher-Long is a fifteen-year old autistic girl living in NYC. She is a public speaker, writer, and likes to sing on stage. Zurcher-Long applauds those who have found, or are in the process of finding, their individual voice, as she has through typing. Zurcher-Long has had the opportunity to give presentations at conferences and schools around the country. Her writing has been published in Special Parent Magazine, HALO’s 2014 edition of Voices, and on her blog, Emma’s Hope Book. She would like to continue opening people’s minds to differences. “You are welcome to follow me on this adventure.”

For the past 10 years, Geneva Peschka has worked in the feature animation, commercial, and documentary production world. She is most passionate about the power of human connection, sharing authentic stories, and creating platforms to empower others. Geneva is currently wrapping up post-production on an empowerment series entitled WOMAN and is in the development stages of a feature documentary film. Geneva was first introduced to Emma Zurcher-Long and her family 7 years ago and since then has become very close to the Zurcher-Long family.

Julia Ngeow originally graduated with a Bachelor of Biophysical Science in 2005, majoring in both Neuroscience and Physiology. She has great interest in psychology, the human mind, and telling stories that unite humanity.With subsequent studies in filmmaking, Julia’s work as a director spans 10 years, including narrative drama, music videos, and documentary work that has screened internationally. Julia is currently directing a global girls-empowerment mini-documentary series.