Orlando Film Festival

Orlando Film Festival

“Hard to Believe” was selected out of hundreds of film submissions to the Orlando Film festival, which is now in it’s 11th year. Since it’s release in 2015, “Hard To Believe” has won 13 film awards, broadcast over 50 times on PBS stations, is being translated into 12 languages and used in college classrooms across America.

Ethan Gutmann Tours with Hard To Believe in Australia & New Zealand

A national Australian and New Zealand screening tour of Hard To Believe was organized by a supporter in Sydney, who, along with a small team of volunteers, invited Ethan Gutmann to tour with the film and to take media interviews about the film, his book “The Slaughter”, and the latest report on forced organ harvesting in China

Doctors Questioned at Hong Kong's World Transplant Congress

Doctors Questioned at Hong Kong's World Transplant Congress

Thousands of the world’s transplant professionals gathered in Hong Kong, China, for their bi-annual international congress event, and Hard To Believe was represented at a booth, where we were able to talk to many doctors. Our materials posed a simple question to attendees:

How does China source thousands of organs for transplant every year with so few voluntary donors?

BioEdge: New Documentary on Organ Harvesting

BioEdge: New Documentary on Organ Harvesting

A new American documentary claims to provide damning evidence of the Chinese government's involvement in the force harvesting of organs from prisoners of conscience. Hard to Believe, a documentary produced by director Ken Stone, contains extensive interviews with medical experts, political analysts, government officials and civilians who attest to the alleged persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China (subsequent to the banning of the movement in 1999).