THE FEVER Special Screening "Call to Action" - Screening with english subtitles
After the movie panel discussion with Louise Deininger (African Conceptual Artist, Author, Leadership Coach), Dr. Sheron Dzoro (Medical Scientist) and Katharina Weingartner (Director THE FEVER). Moderator: Otalia Sacko. The discussion will take place in english language.
Sunday, 11th of October, 10:30 a.m. | ONLINE TICKETS
Louise Deininger is an African Conceptual Artist, Author, Leadership Coach and Winner of 2019 Black Austrian Award 2019 in Art and Culture, whose work focuses on consciousness and more. She is the Founder and President of GYCO – Global Youth Conference, based upon the United Nations (UNO) Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).
Dr. Sheron Dzoro (PhD) Medical Scientist with a broad travel history and a wide range of scientific expertise gained over more than 10 years' international work experience in diagnostic and research aspects of Laboratory Medicine. My areas of specialization are Immunology and Allergy (with an emphasis on Molecular Biology), Virology and Infectious Diseases (particularly HIV and Tuberculosis), Public Health, and Vaccine research.
THE FEVER portrays the fight against malaria in East Africa as a case study in greed, courage and self-determination.
Covid-19 has put the world on hold. But with Malaria, which has killed more people than all other diseases and wars on Earth combined, it ́s business as usual, or even worse: Deaths are expected to double due to the lockdown in African countries. Black Lives Don’t Matter?
What if there was an herb that could defeat the deadly malaria parasite and save a thousand lives per day, every day? Big pharma corporations fear for their profits. Donors like the Gates Foundation capitalize on high tech science. They prefer the old colonial ways, exploiting a continent already ravaged by poverty and death.
In THE FEVER three East Africans reject this dispossession. They counter the spectacle of Black suffering, which Western documentaries often perpetuate, and show how local solutions could save millions of lives - from malaria and possibly other pandemic diseases as well.
"The insanity of colonial legacy." Süddeutsche Zeitung