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The Most Important Film in the History of Chiropractic

Summary: Academy award nominated filmmaker, Jeff Hays, joins Dr. Friedman in a two-part interview to discuss his new documentary, Undoctored.
Air Date: 2/25/16
Duration: 10
Host: David Friedman, DC
Guest Bio: Jeff Hays, Filmmaker
Jeff HayesJeff Hays is a serial entrepreneur and filmmaker with a long colorful history of visionary projects. In the mid-1990s he started Capstone Entertainment, a film and television production and distribution company. Within its first year the company generated over $10 million in revenue and received numerous awards in the children’s programming category. Since then he has started over twenty companies including DealsthatMatter.com, NextFitness, Podfitness, Zingback, MyCompanyRecords.com and Talk 2 Technologies. The companies he’s founded have collectively raised over $100 million in capital through both private investors and VCs. Recently he’s also launched several wildly successful crowd-funding campaigns, in addition to personally funding several ventures. He holds eight patents in the tech industry.

He has been producing films for over twenty years and is best known for his controversial documentary FahrenHype 9/11, which was the response to Michael Moore’s film, Fahrenheit 9/11. In his film, Jeff involved such high-profiled individuals as Ron Silver, Dick Morris, Senator Zell Miller, Mayor Ed Koch and a host of others. This film received rave reviews from the NY Times, Variety and other media outlets.

Jeff then produced On Native Soil, working as both producer and executive producer. On Native Soil received rave reviews from both critics and viewers, culminating in Jeff being short-listed for an Academy Award nomination in 2005. The film was sold to Lions Gate and continues to sell today, eight years after it was made.

Following his passion for sharing truth, and exposing the controversy that all too often surrounds it, Jeff produced Doctored in 2012. Doctored, following a deep and troubling investigation, reveals the unseen tactics of the medical establishment and exposes deception and criminality at the highest levels of the American Medical Association (AMA) and finally shares the stories of victims left in it’s wake. Doctored has sold over 200,000 DVD copies since its release in theaters in September of 2012, making it one of the most successful independently distributed DVDs of 2013.

Following up on themes uncovered in interviews for Doctored, Jeff produced a follow up film Bought, taking a deep dive into the business of Big Pharma, the controversies with vaccines and the truth about GMOs in America’s food supply. The film has already developed the support of some of the world’s most acclaimed experts in research, medicine, holistic care and natural health. Jeff believes that each person has a right to the truth and be empowered by the facts in order to make educated decisions about their own health, food and medicine.

Jeff has also worked in network television as the executive producer for My Workout, a program that aired on Lifetime Network.

Jeff considers his most important role in life as father of nine, and is active with 12 grandchildren. When not filming, Jeff maintains offices in New York City and Salt Lake City, UT. He is an avid hiker and fitness enthusiast.
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The Most Important Film in the History of Chiropractic
Undoctored is a new documentary by Academy Award nominated filmmaker, Jeff Hays... a gift of love to chiropractors and chiropractic patients everywhere. 

If the "prequel" documentary Doctored was what's wrong with the system, Undoctored is what to do about it. 

The tagline says it all: "What your doctor didn't learn in medical school… and why." The "why" is the controversial part; the "loud noise" that makes the crowd look. It is as shocking as you would imagine. But the "what" is the real story.

If you support drug-free healing as a first option, you're going to love Undoctored.

Listen in as Hays joins Dr. Friedman in a two-part interview to discuss the film.
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