NJ State Museum Private Screening of Documentary & Q&A with an Expert Panel
“Hard to Believe” a thought-provoking film by two-time Emmy Award-winning director, Ken Stone, is a serious investigation into one of the most horrifying medical crimes of our time: forced live organ harvesting from tens of thousands of Chinese prisoners of conscience, and the response—or lack of it—around the world. WATCH TRAILER HERE
From an author’s 7-year investigation to a doctor’s confession; the determination of the son of a Holocaust survivor, to the persistence of a culturally-challenged victim community, “Hard To Believe” explores the mystery of why so few people seem to be paying attention to a crime so horrific it goes beyond belief.
Winner of Best Documentary, 2016 Hoboken International Film Festival
Winner of Outstanding Achievement, 2015 Global Film Awards Humanitarian Award
Official Selection (2016), Hoboken International Film Festival, Mumbai International Film Festival, ReFrame Peterborough International Film Festival, Vero Beach Festival, New Hope Film Festival
Six Awards of Excellence (2015), Accolade Global Film Competition Documentary Program / Social Change / Religion / Ethics / Health / Medicine
Award of Excellence (2015), IndieFEST Global Film Award Liberation / Social Justice