Invisible Threat

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Invisible Threat focuses on understanding the science of vaccination and the misperceptions leading parents to delay or decline life-saving immunizations. This 40-minute independent documentary, produced by award-winning high school student filmmakers, has earned praise from more than 50 organizations, including the CDC, Texas Children's Hospital, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, and Every Child By Two, calling the documentary "powerful," "fast-paced," "well-balanced,” and “impeccably produced."

Invisible Threat is Now Available to View Online!

Host a Local Screening of Invisible Threat/Film Details

Below is the Film Screening Toolkit to help you screen and promote the Invisible Threat film in your own community.

General information including a Letter Of Support Template, Film Overview, Logo, and Examples of uses for the film.

Invisible Threat Official Logo After clicking the link the graphic will load in your browser. You should then be able to right click and use the "Save Image As" function to save the graphic.

How to Organize a Local Film Screening

How To Promote Your Local Screening

Invisible Threat Screening Invite Template

Invisible Threat Screening Press Release Template

Suggested grades 9-12 Curriculum Activities to Follow the Viewing of the Film

Educational Handout - Vaccine Safety Resources Brochure

Letters of Support for Invisible Threat

Sample Letter to School/University Administrators or Teachers

Graphics to Promote Invisible Threat

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