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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?

Global Bioethics Initiative Screening in Manhattan

The Global Bioethics Initiative, a non-profit organization with consultative status to the United Nations in New York, held its annual Summer School Program this July. "Hard To Believe" was screened as part of a session on the ethics of organ transplantation, following a presentation by Dr. Damon Noto, Spokesperson for Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting.

Winner of Best Documentary at Hoboken International Film Festival

"Hard To Believe" won the Best Documentary award at the 2016 Hoboken International Film Festival. The awards ceremony was held in the historic Paramount Theater in Middletown New York, with hundreds of audience in attendance. The documentary award was sponsored by Mid-Hudson News.

Hard To Believe Wins Humanitarian Award in Accolade Global Film Competition

Hard To Believe has won a prestigious Humanitarian Award for Outstanding Achievement from The Accolade Global Film Competition. The award was given for the outstanding documentary film, Hard To Believe, which examines the issue of forced live organ harvesting from Chinese prisoners of conscience, and the response—or lack of it—around the world.

Audiences Reactions after "Hard To Believe" Screening

On Wed. Nov. 18, Hard To Believe was screened in Melbourne's Victoria University. A reporter interviewed audience members about their reactions after watching the film, and published them in an article in the Chinese Epoch Times. We have translated some of the quotes below. 

Hard To Believe Wins IndieFEST Film Award

Hard To Believe has won a prestigious Award of Excellence from the IndieFEST Film Awards in the category of Liberation / Social Justice / Protest. The award was given for the outstanding documentary film, Hard To Believe, which examines one of the most horrifying human rights violations of our time and questions why so little attention has been paid.