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.
You might have guessed it already: there is a new theatrical release date for "NOW" on 10 June 2021. Let's all hope that the cinemas will have long since reopened by then. In any case, the engaging climate documentary sends the right signal for the longed-for green turnaround. Fittingly, it is also scheduled to premiere on World Environment Day on 5 June 2021. We will keep you informed!
Covid-19 shut down the world, but we must not forget other infectious diseases! Malaria has killed more people south of the Sahara than all the diseases and wars on earth put together: One dead child per minute. But what if a medicinal plant could help against it? On 25 April, World Malaria Day, the documentary "The Fever: The Fight Against Malaria" will be launched as a stream in the W-film Online Cinema via the film website http://fever.wfilm.de. For a good cause: Closed cinemas that co-promote the online launch will be supported with a share of the revenue! As soon as the lockdown ends, the film will of course be shown in cinemas nationwide. Be there for the nationwide launch!