Screen the Film
With its eye-opening account of snakebite in the developing world, Minutes to Die has relevance for public health, science and tech innovation, humanitarian aid, social justice, international relations, and more, as well as for those working in snakebite-afflicted regions in Africa, India, Southeast Asia, Oceania, or Central or South America.
The documentary is especially timely given the World Health Organization’s decision in mid-2017 to classify snakebite envenoming as a Neglected Tropical Disease—a designation for select health conditions, mainly affecting the world’s poorest populations, that warrant greater attention from the international community.
Contact us below about arranging a Minutes to Die screening and discussion for your academic institution, organization, community group, company, or conference. (Know someone else who might be interested? Email this page to them.)
Request a Screening
In addition to providing the film (via DVD, BluRay, or a high-resolution file on a USB drive), we can give you materials making it easy to invite participants, promote your event, and discuss the film’s content. Depending on the location, timing, and size of your event, experts affiliated with the film may be available upon request.
Subtitled versions in Spanish (Latin American) and French are available upon request.
Please tell us about your interest in screening the film and we’ll get back to you.
List of Screenings
May 27Tamil Nadu Foundation
Aug 25Central American and Caribbean Congress of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology
Aug 29Venoms Conference 2017
Oct 13MSF/Doctors Without Borders Humanitarian Congress
Oct 28Dutch Global Health Film Festival
Nov 07American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene
Nov 11Brock University
St. Catharines, ON, Canada
Nov 15University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Oklahoma City, OK
Nov 16McGill University Borderless World Volunteers
Montreal, QC, Canada
Nov 29California Academy of Sciences
San Francisco, CA
Jan 18Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin