The cinema documentary "The Fever: The Fight Against Malaria" celebrated its successful online cinema premiere on Sunday, 25 April on World Malaria Day with more than 1,500 viewers! As of today, the film is available as a stream exclusively in the W-film online cinema via http://thefever.wfilm.de/en. A good cause: Locked cinemas that co-promote the online launch will receive a share of the revenue from W-film! As soon as the lockdown ends, "The Fever" will also be shown in cinemas nationwide.
At the online film premiere "The Fever: The Fight Against Malaria" on 25 April 2021, director Katharina Weingartner will talk live about her encounter with East African researchers who may be able to save countless lives with the medicinal plant Artemisia annua (annual mugwort). With Dr. Grace Nambatya Kyeyune from the Ministry of Health in Uganda, we now have a new and exciting interlocutor! As head of research at the Research Institute for Natural Chemotherapeutics in Kampala, she has contributed significantly to the recognition of herbal medicine in her country. The other talk guests are Prof. Peter Seeberger from the Max Planck Institute Potsdam, who is currently researching Artemisia against Covid-19, Dr. Tankred Stöbe from Doctors without Borders and Dr. Anselm Schneider from the German Society for International Cooperation. The livestream will start at 5pm at https://fieber.wfilm.de/en. For all viewers worldwide and free of charge!
On 25 April 2021, the documentary film "The Fever: The Fight Against Malaria" will celebrate its online premiere! Special feature: the live stream from 5pm via the film website https://fever.wfilm.de/en is free of charge and without registration: worldwide! Viewers can support the film distributor via a donation button at the online cinema launch.
Child abuse in cyberspace is unfortunately still a sad reality! All the more important is a film like "An Uncertain Border" (Un confine incerto), which approaches the taboo subject sensitively and beyond common clichés. The feature film is already being distributed in Italy by the Cineteca Bologna, one of the most important European cinematheques. From 25 May 2021, "An Uncertain Border" will be released exclusively in the W-film Online Cinema on International Missing Children's Day. To stream (original with subtitles & German dubbed version) go to the film website https://www.wfilm.de/en/an-uncertain-border. Closed cinemas can promote the link via their websites and will receive a share of the revenues from film distributor W-film. As soon as the lockdown ends, the film will also be shown in German cinemas.
Malaria has killed more people than all the diseases and wars in the world combined. One child per minute still dies of the fever in sub-Saharan Africa. The intiative "Fight the Fever" around director Katahrina Weingartner wants to change that! The goal is a travelling cinema tour with Weingartner's documentary "The Fever: The Fight Against Malaria" followed by Artemisia workshops in Uganda. Would you like to support? Then take a look here: startnext. Find out why the medicinal plant Artemisia annua (annual mugwort) may be able to save countless lives in the documentary "The Fever". For World Malaria Day from 25 April 2021 in W-film Online-Kino and soon also in the cinema.