“Prepare to get worse,” Heather is told when confined to a wheelchair. Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, medical experts said, “there is no cure.”
Heather refuses this prognosis and sets out on a journey of hope. In taking charge of her own healing, Heather tries everything from whole foods, fresh air and sunshine, to detoxification programs using charcoal and seawater. Today, more than a decade since regaining her health and mobility, Heather lives a full and satisfying life. for more info

"Special Jury Award", Vancouver, Canada International Film Festival,
"Best Short Documentary" Los Angles, First Glance Film Festival LA
“Gold - Filmmaker of the Year Awards - Newcomer”, Jakarta, Indonesia
"Silver - Filmmaker of the Year Awards - Short Documentary” Jakarta Indonesia
"Silver Award", North Hollywood International Movie Festival
"Gold Award", Jakarta Indonesia, International Movie Awards
"Award of Merit", Jakarta, Indonesia, International Festival for Peace, Inspiration and Equality
"Award of Merit" Acolades Global Film Festival
"Nomination Most Inspirational 2015", Depth of Field
Official Selections
Thin Line Documentary Festival, Denton, Texas
New York Chain Festival, Long Island, NYC
Independent Television Festival, West Dover, Vermont
Nomination for Award of Inspiration, Depth of Field Film Festival
Philadelphia First Glance Festival
Sun and Sand Festival, Gulfport, Mississippi
"This is one of the most inspirational films I have ever seen. It was an honor to screen." Wes Benton, Co-Founder, Sun and Sand Film Festival

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