The Devil We Know|A Documentary

Most people know that sometimes products and companies that seem amazing might not be what they seem, or they might be more harmful then good. Always good to do your research and check your resources. Sometimes we know we should avoid chemicals but the marketing of a product makes it seem safe, even glorifying a product in how great it is for you and your life.  Did you ever use products with Teflon? Or know anyone who has? You might want to watch this trailer.  When I came across this trailer I instantly wanted to see the full documentary! Check out the trailer HERE.

Sadly there currently isn’t a screening planned in Michigan now but I’m trying to help change that. There are a good amount of screenings in other states though so look for one near you!!

The documentary THE DEVIL WE KNOW has launched a community and campus screenings tour and they are looking for motivated screening hosts!

Unraveling one of the biggest environmental scandals of our time, THE DEVIL WE KNOW documents a group of citizens in West Virginia who take on a powerful corporation after they discover it has knowingly been dumping a toxic chemical (PFAS) – now found in the blood of 99.7% of Americans – into the drinking water supply.

The film team has paired up with Film Sprout to bring this film to communities to spread awareness and spark illuminating discussions about highly fluorinated chemicals and what needs to be done to protect our communities. Would you be interested in joining the screening tour by hosting a screening?

To learn more about the film, please visit www.thedevilweknow.com and check out the trailer. To learn more about the next steps to host a screening, contact Denae Peters, Campaign Director, at denae@filmsprout.org or 646 688-4488 x 2.

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