Under Our Skin Hits the Big Screen

I am so thrilled! On June 19, Under Our Skin is having its theatrical release. I can only hope that the more people who see this film will be able to join together to raise awareness of Lyme and other Tick-Borne Infections.

This is from Turn the Corner Foundation:

Dear Friends,

As many of you are aware, Turn the Corner (TTC) is the official outreach partner for the documentary Under Our Skin. The film investigates the untold story of Lyme disease, an emerging epidemic with staggering consequences. We are extremley excited and proud to announce its theatrical release!

The film opens in New York City from June 19th to June 25th at the IFC Center and will continue to be shown across the country in the coming months.

Please join TTC in celebrating the film’s achievement and support the movie  by spreading the word to family and friends and come to the NYC showing.

The IFC Center is located at 323 Sixth Avenue at West Third Street.  For more information, you may call the IFC at (212) 924-7771 or click here to see the other dates and venues on the Under Our Skin website.

This prestigious film has already earned many awards, including Best in Infectious Diseases at the International Health and Medical Media Awards, and has been selected as a finalist for the Audience Choice Award at the Tribeca Film Festival (2008).  The film’s theatrical release is a huge accomplishment and testament to the importance of the film, Lyme disease, and everything we fight for.

Turn the Corner thanks you for your continuing support of Lyme disease awareness and the film Under Our Skin.

This movie is a must-see for anyone who has or knows someone who has Lyme Disease.


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