A Billion Lives Premiere!
The time has come. A Billion Lives, Aaron Biebert’s long-awaited documentary on vaping, and the corrupted bureaucracy trying to snuff it out, hits theaters tonight! This is far from just a film premiere. This is a nationally recognized movement that calls attention to the prospective billion lives lost to tobacco.
This film is a who’s who of vape industry and science influencers. Clive Bates, Dr. Derek Yach, Dr. Delon Human, Oliver Kershaw, Attila Danko, Jeff Stier, John Summers, Vincent van Heerden, and many others are featured in the film, giving expert opinions on the precarious place the vape industry is perched.
This isn’t just another advocacy video made by a bunch of vapers. Aaron Biebert is not a vaper (or smoker) himself, nor is any member of his crew. This film is made by a professional crew, by a legitimate studio, featuring experts from prestigious organizations. Also featured: anti-vaping propaganda to be picked apart by Mr. Biebert’s masterful film work.
Here is Mr. Biebert’s video addressing some frequently asked questions about A Billion Lives:
As stated in the video, this documentary has already made an impact on vape legislation in New Zealand. If this documentary gets the audience it deserves, this could be the watershed moment for vapers and smokers everywhere.
Recently, the Hands for a Billion Lives movement made a tremendous splash. Thousands of activists across the country and abroad joined hands at 2:22 local time on October 22nd as a symbolic protection of the billion lives to be lost to tobacco in the coming century.
A Billion Lives may be the breakthrough the vape community has been waiting for. A widespread, vetted, and incendiary documentary about the prohibition state may impact international vape legislation, and may just make a dent in the tobacco massacre to come.
Be sure to get your tickets, and check out A Billion Lives as soon as possible! Quite a few Mt Baker Vapor people will be at tonight’s premiere at the AMC Arizona Center 24 at 7:30, so come say hello!