(I HAVE MS) BUT IT DOESN'T HAVE ME
ABOUT THE FILM
"But It Doesn't Have Me" follows a woman's struggle to cure the incurable disease that binds her to a wheelchair. Her hopes are set high as she tries a new untraditional method to cure herself from Multiple Sclerosis. A healer herself, Deb Waldron tries one possible cure after another. The struggle to heal becomes an obsession. This short documentary is ready for exhibition. Please inquire in regards to a preview screener and exhibition.
Producer & Editor: Rosie Walunas
Co-producers: John Hamilton, S.P. Sullivan
Cinematographers: Erinn Clancy, Rosie Walunas
Graphics Supervisor: Andrew Killoy
Illustrator: Ashley Zipp
Sound Mixer: Keith Ukrisna
Colorist: Brad Kimbrough
Matthew Larsen and the Documents
ACTV / Amherst Media, Erinn Clancy, Oliver Scott Snure, S.P. Sullivan
Darol Bishop, Jim Lemkin, Jim Lescault, S.P. Sullivan, International Multiple Sclerosis Management Practice, Tisch Multiple Sclerosis Research Center of New York, Pamela Levin, Evan Penn Serio, Andrew Ford, Lou Ford, John Miller-Monzon, Sally Rosenthal, David Scorca, Steve Stromp, Kyle Morrison
THE MAKING OF
When I first met Deb, it was immediately clear she wanted her healing process documented so she could share it with others. I was a sophomore in college and in over my head. Nonetheless, I continued filming Deb's progress over the next four years, and realized the story wasn't about healing but Deb's relationship with the healing process. "But It Doesn't Have Me" is entirely funded by myself and through the generosity of others.
*Web site illustrations by Ashley Zipp