Dec 4, 2014
"Remote Area Medical" is a compassionate documentary about Americans in need of help. Watch the trailer and you can see how filmmakers Jeff and Farihah treat their subjects with such dignity and respect.
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During a three-day clinic held at Tennessee's Bristol Motor Speedway, some of the country’s sickest individuals finally received free health care from an all-volunteer force of doctors, dentists and providers. This <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/remote-area-medical-film-review-594132" title="HR" target="_blank">Hollywood Reporter review</a> sums it up.
I ask the filmmakers about their choices. Who to follow, how they engaged people, and why this story. It's an eye opening film that we can all relate to. See this in a theater with other human beings. Here's the Facebook page: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/remoteareamedicalmovie" title="RAM facebook" target="_blank">"Remote Area Medical"</a>.