Fire Water: Australia’s Industrial Fluoridation Disgrace began with a request for a single interview and ended up as a full documentary that includes insights from a wide variety of featured speakers – nineteen full interviews. In August 2010, citizens from Geelong, Victoria requested the services of independent filmmaker Jaya Chela Drolma, via freelance writer Daniel Zalec, in order to record the personal account of a single fluoride sufferer. Jaya agreed. Filming began in September. Daniel also agreed to come on board as Researcher/Writer. Geelong, being a recent high-profile forced fluoridation battleground, safe water advocates in this regional city were not hard to come by.
A Documentary by Sapphire Eyes Productions -- Produced & Directed by Jaya Chela Drolma -- Researched & written by Daniel Zalec.
"Exposing the systematic industrial waste poisoning of Australian drinking water"--Container and disc.
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