Anyone reading this is likely to know that migraine disease and those who have migraine are still very, very poorly understood and that the stigma associated with migraine still runs rampant, adding to the burden of having and living with migraine. With more information available than ever before, this is a truly sad state of affairs.
Out of My Head is a new documentary film about migraine that is now in production. Award-winning film makers Jacki Ochs and Susanna Styron have spent the last four years shooting film for Out of My Head, and they're now in the editing the film to get it out into the world. Last week, I had the great pleasure of talking with both of them about why they're making the film, what they learned while making it, and more. This podcast is from that interview.
Please take a few minutes to listen to MigraineCast: Out of My Head. Listening to Jacki and Susanna, with all of their passion and enthusiasm, can tell you far more about Out of My Head than I can.
Once you've listened to the podcast, I hope you'll be motivated to help complete Out of My Head and get it out into the world. Documentary films are far more expensive to produce than I ever imagined, and there's a Kickstarter campaign underway to raise a small portion of the funds needed to complete Out of My Head. I'm not asking you to give if it's something you can't afford, but if you can afford a donation of any size, I hope you'll join in.
Here are some links for you about both Out of My Head and the KickStarter campaign:
- The Migraine Project/Out of My Head site
- Out of My Head Kickstarter campaign
- The Migraine Project on Facebook
Make a difference... Donate to the 36 Million Migraine Campaign!
© Teri Robert, 2014, • Last updated November 4, 2014.
Published On: November 04, 2014