Opening at IFC Center in NYC on December 2nd!
A new documentary by Lindsay Keys & Winslow Crane-Murdoch

After years of living with mysterious symptoms, a young girl from Brooklyn and a Duke University scientist are diagnosed with a disease said to not exist: Chronic Lyme disease.

The Quiet Epidemic follows their search for answers, which lands them in the middle of a vicious medical debate. What begins as a patient story evolves into an investigation into the history of Lyme disease, dating back to its discovery in 1975. A paper trail of suppressed scientific research, and buried documents reveals why ticks – and the diseases they carry – have been allowed to quietly spread around the globe.

''Through its masterful storytelling, The Quiet Epidemic does what any good investigative doc should do – it informs, infuriates, breaks your heart, and fills you with hope.''
- Awards Daily
Available For Bookings Beginning in January
I'm happy to send a screening link for your consideration.


Co-Directed by Lindsay Keys & Winslow Crane-Murdoch
Produced by Daria Lombroso & Chris Hegedus
102 minutes | color | English | 2022
Available on DCP, mp4 & Blu ray

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