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Winner Certificate: Festigious Winner, September 2019, International Film Festival, Los Angeles, Honorable Mention: Student Film (Feature), presented to: Karina Ulrike Sturm. We Are Visible
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We Are Visible - Film Awards, Competitions, and Festivals

'We Are Visible,' my first feature-length film about people living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome all across the globe was accepted into smaller film competitions and awards. Look how well my documentary did. Los Angeles Film Awards September…
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FAQs - We Are Visible

What can I expect of ’We Are Visible’? ’We Are Visible’ is a student film and part of my journalism degree's MA thesis. I am also disabled and live with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and related conditions myself. As part of my program,…
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Screening Events ’We Are Visible’ - Ehlers-Danlos Documentary

I am inviting the Ehlers-Danlos community to join me for several screenings of my feature-length film ’We Are Visible,’ which shows a variety of people living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and related conditions all around the globe.  We…
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We Are Visible - Trailers

Many of the people who know me well would tell you that I am not a person that can do ”short.” I like to talk a lot, prefer to write long articles - the more words, the better, and love to involve more than one person in order to show a…
Karina, a woman with short, brown hair looks into the nothingness. She sits on stairs in the nature and is seen in profile. She wears four earrings. One of those is a dolphin, and the other one a turtle. Additionally, she wears a white-blue scarf around her neck brace.Karina Sturm
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”Nothing about us without us!” - Producing ’We Are Visible’

My film We Are Visible, a feature-length documentary about people living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome all around the globe, is in its final production phase, and it would be the time to release a trailer now.   However, putting together…
A collage of 9 teenage and adult women and two children who are all contributors of the film We Are Visible
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Ehlers-Danlos documentary: Meet the people involved

We Are Visible is a documentary film about people all around the world living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Today, I invite you to meet the main contributors of my film. Ashley & Sophia  Ashley Ashley is a mom of two, and they…
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Behind the Scenes: Meet the Filmmaker

We Are Visible is a documentary film about people all around the world living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS).  Furthermore, it also involves a filmmaker that has EDS herself and therefore knows exactly what living with this invisible…
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We Are Visible - Meet Jojo

We Are Visible is a feature-length documentary film about people all around the world living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Today, I invite you to get a look at one of the incredible humans in this film: Jojo. Jojo is a mom of five children.…
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Coming soon: Documentary film about the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes

The Ehlers-Danlos syndromes are a group of rare connective tissue disorders that can affect every part of the body. We Are Visible wants to show the full picture of the condition including the complex presentation of symptoms, to the complications…
Karina wears a red The Mighty Shirt and a blue flower in her short, brown hair. She is smiling.
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Internship at The Mighty

During September 2018, I had the great pleasure to work as a temporary staff member for The Mighty, the largest online magazine for people living with chronic illnesses and disabilities. The Mighty shares articles written by authors that have…
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Yes, we care! - A campaign for children with rare diseases

The Care-for-Rare Foundation contacted me a few weeks ago and asked if I wanted to join their new campaign. Of course, I wanted to! And I would like to recommend this project to you. Why? Because the Care-for-Rare Foundation is committed to…