EXPOSED is a four-part series of short films that tells the story of the deadly global epidemic of tuberculosis. The series focuses on current efforts to halt this airborne disease, which is growing more difficult to address, as well as the urgent movement to develop new tools to prevent it. By telling the stories of four inspiring individuals interspersed with expert commentary from some of the world’s top TB physicians, scientists, advocates and policymakers, EXPOSED brings viewers to the forefront of the race against tuberculosis. View the rest of the series at aeras.org/exposed.
The EXPOSED film series received a PR Daily Digital PR Award for Best Cause-Related Video. Read the press release: aeras.org/pressreleases/exposed-film-series-wins-best-cause-related-video
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EXPOSED is produced by Aeras, a nonprofit biotech advancing tuberculosis vaccines for the world. The series is developed in partnership with filmmaker Mo Scarpelli of RAKE FILMS with support from GATHER. Learn more at aeras.org/exposed.
Featured in the trailer (in order of appearance):
Kari Stoever, Vice President for External Affairs, Aeras
Natalie Skipper, physical therapist and MDR-TB survivor
Dr. Jayant Banavaliker, Head of Department of TB and Chest Diseases, Municipal Corporation of Delhi
Prof Helen McShane, Professor of Vaccinology and Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Research Fellow, University of Oxford
Prof Linda-Gail Bekker, Principal Investigator, The Desmond Tutu HIV Centre, University of Cape Town
Aaron Oxley, Executive Director, RESULTS UK
Blessina Kumar, Vice Chair, Coordinating Board, Stop TB Partnership
Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health
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