“Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic” is a powerful feature length documentary following the lives of five American women diagnosed with cervical cancer caused by the HPV virus. Combining the insights and expertise of leading scientists and doctors with the compelling, human stories of these women, Someone You Love is a moving, inspiring and enlightening film that is not soon forgotten.
Narrated by Vanessa Williams, Someone You Love not only raises awareness about HPV, it prompts specific and immediate action by filmgoers.
"I WILL GO TO THE DOCTOR!!"
- Melissa B. - Elmira, NY
"THIS FILM CONVINCED ME TO GET MY DAUGHTER VACCINATED!"
- Chrissy L. - Odessa, TX
"I LEARNED SO MUCH AND CONNECTED WITH THE WOMEN
WHO WERE BRAVE ENOUGH TO SHARE THEIR STORIES."
- Megan S. - St. Louis, MO
These viewers’ reactions to Someone You Love offer proof of how the film can be used as a tool to increase HPV vaccinations and screenings and reduce cervical cancer rates.
Use Someone You Love to encourage HPV vaccination by sharing it with the public in three different ways:
Share this link hpvepidemic.vhx.tv on social media, in newsletters, via email and on websites to offer people an opportunity to rent or buy Someone You Love for as little as $3.99. They can watch it on a computer or on a TV at home via Roku or Chromecast.
Host public screenings in your community and invite the public. Receive the film on DVD, bluray or via streaming and show it at the venue of your choice: a school, community center, movie theater or workplace. Pricing starts at just $5 a person or $300 for an unlimited sized audience at a single screening.
Sponsor one or more screenings. This option is perfect for corporations, medical practices, hospitals or grant recipients that would like to also host a Q&A after the film. Or sponsor an entire state and show Someone You Love an unlimited number of times with a customized opening featuring logo and sponsorship information.
Paper-based and online feedback forms are distributed at each screening, so hosts and sponsors can receive an immediate and tangible measurement of their screenings’ effects on the community.
Thank you again for your interest in getting involved! We need you to join us in this movement to eradicate all HPV related cancers.