For all those who missed the public screening of Kim Snyder's critically acclaimed documentary "I REMEMBER ME" in NYC last year, there will be another screening of the film September 24 at the Pioneer Theater.
Details: Completed Works RSVP (212) 874-1878
Where: Pioneer Theater 155 East 3rd Street, at Ave A
When: Tuesday, September 24, 2002, 8 p.m. Screening
7 p.m. networking meeting with an industry rep (to be announced) held downstairs in the Den of Cin with free Two Boots pizza and beer.
I REMEMBER ME
Director/Producer: Kim A. Snyder; Editor: Paula Heredia
Five years ago, filmmaker Kim Snyder was stricken with a debilitating illness rendering her bedridden for nearly a year and that continues to compromise her health. In the midst of her illness, she set out to learn more about this baffling malady. What unfolds is evidence of outbreaks documented since 1934 of what many experts believe to be the same illness. Stories from a cast of characters stricken with the disease include Olympic Gold Medalist and World Cup Soccer star Michelle Akers, film director Blake Edwards, and high school senior Stephen Paganetti who remains bedridden for over two years. Medical experts can find little consensus: Is this a virus? An auto immune disease? A neurological disease? Does it exist at all? Media reports are confused, the public misinformed. The diagnosis? Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
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