The Idiot Cycle
|The Idiot Cycle|
|Directed by||Emmanuelle Schick Garcia|
|Produced by||Emmanuelle Schick Garcia and Laila Tahhar|
|Written by||Emmanuelle Schick Garcia|
|Narrated by||Emmanuelle Schick Garcia|
|Music by||Joseph Guigui, David Dahan|
|Cinematography||Jean Marc Abela, Florian Geyer|
|Edited by||Yael Bitton|
|Distributed by||JPS Films|
|Running time||96 minutes|
The Idiot Cycle, a 2009 French-Canadian documentary, alleges six major chemical companies are responsible for decades of cancer causing chemicals and pollution, and also develop cancer treatments and drugs. It also argues these companies own the most patents on genetically modified crops that have never been tested for long term health impacts like cancer.
The film was shot in Canada (Sarnia, Ottawa, Toronto, ON and Saskatoon, SK), the United States (Memphis, TN, Midland, MI, and Washington DC), The Netherlands (Amsterdam), France (Agen, Paris), Italy (Bologna), Germany (Weilheim, Frankfurt, Bad Neihum, Burladingen, Tübingen), Belgium (Brussels), England (London, Hemel Hempstead), and Northern Ireland (Coleraine).
- "Green Report" Award - Romanian Film Festival Document.Art.
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