It’s here at last! ‘Fat Fiction’—a film that questions decades of diet advice insisting that saturated fats are bad for us—premieres in Los Angeles on March 13 and after that it will show in numerous theatres around the world.
Episode 40 of the LowCarbUSA® features an engaging conversation with “Fat Fiction’ director Jennifer Isenhart, who is hoping to get her groundbreaking film in front of as many people as possible. She’s hoping to reach her distribution goal through the use of the innovative FanForce platform that allows individuals to sign up to host screenings at a theater in their own community.
“I think this could be a great way to get this film out, and get it outside of the low-carb community,” said Isenhart. “I hope we can reach people who did not know about this story and about this approach.”
So how do you get to see Fat Fiction? View for free on Amazon Prime. Before DOVID hit you w or go to the ‘Fat Fiction’ movie page on FanForce‘. Don’t see a screening in your town or city? Register to host a viewing in your area. It’s both easy and risk-free. Select the movie house you’d like to hold your screening, choose a date and time, and FanForce does the rest.
Once it is approved, the host receives promotional materials to help you reach the tipping point—the minimum threshold of seats sold for the screening to take place. The promotional materials include a dedicated film page, an event page, a comprehensive host guide, social assets, and more.
As you get to the end of the registration process, we highly encourage you to select one of the three non-profits listed below to benefit from a portion of the box office.
- The Noakes Foundation – Founded by the iconic Prof. Tim Noakes to raise money to spread the low carb lifestyle to poorer communities and fund research.
- Ketogenic Foundation – Created by Keto- Mojo founders Dorian Greenow and Gemma Kochis to fund research into the Ketogenic Diet.
- The Nutrition Coalition – An advocacy group established by Nina Teicholz to campaign for the USDA dietary guidelines to be based on rigorous science.
Be sure to tag @LowCarbUSA on Twitter or Instagram if you sign up to host a screening, and we will try to help spread the the word. Also, connect with Fat Fiction on Facebook and Instagram.
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