Film Reveals Unacceptable Levels of Chemicals in Consumer Goods and Food

Tonight DC Premieres New Film Documentary, Unacceptable Levels


Film Premiere Tonight!

Tonight, at E Street Cinema, a sobering documentary by filmmaker, Ed Brown will premiere. Followed by a panel discussion in which I will take part. The event is open to the public, and I hope you will join us!

The film reveals that over 80,000 chemicals are now used in consumer goods and food products, chemicals which amount to an unknown assault on the human immune system. The explosion of chemical additives may indeed be responsible for the decline in human health over the last century.

Unacceptable Levels features an interview with Sally Fallon Morell, founder of the Weston A. Price Foundation, a non-profit group which decries the over-processing and use of chemical and synthetic additives in our food supply. Toxins in food can best be avoided by seeking out whole, unprocessed, farm fresh foods, which the foundation advocates.

Please consider joining us for this important film, and an after the film panel discussion with filmmaker Ed Brown and special guests:

Devra Lee Davis, Environmental Health Trust

Andy Igrejas, Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families

Jennifer Sass, Natural Resources Defense Council

Kimberly Hartke, Weston A. Price Foundation, Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund

Visit the film website,

For Tickets, visit


Unacceptable Levels chronicles the impact of chemicals in our lives. Our water, food, bodies and environments–all are touched by industrial chemicals. What does this mean for us? Filmmaker and father Ed Brown, armed with a camera, a passion, and a sense of humor, set off to uncover the facts about our chemical world, and share them with everyone. The result is Unacceptable Levels, a touching and enlightening documentary. Narrated by Brown and created in consultation with over forty experts, it examines seemingly disparate aspects of life today to present the big picture . No matter what you already know about chemicals, Unacceptable Levels will show you something you haven’t seen, but need to know.


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Kimberly Hartke is the publicist for Weston A. Price Foundation and the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund.


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