“Championed by filmmaker Morgan Spurlock and consumer activist Erin Brockovich, Stephanie Soechtig’s documentary is an enraging portrait of corporate greed honed to get into your blood.”
Proudly presented by the Environmental Film Festival Australia
In 1945, DuPont introduced Teflon to the marketplace and changed millions of American households. Today, a biopersistent chemical used in the creation of Teflon products (known as C8) can also be found in the bloodstream of 99% of all Americans. Investigating one of the biggest environmental scandals of our time, a group of citizens in West Virginia take on DuPont after they discover it has knowingly been dumping this toxic chemical into the drinking water supply. Directors Stephanie Soechtig and Jeremy Seifert deliver a compelling and ultimately terrifying investigative documentary that will make you question everything in your kitchen.
This film will be followed by a panel discussion - see effa.org.au for more information.