The Film

This yet to be titled documentary will follow

Dr. Lucinda Bateman as she shares her lifelong work of researching, educating and treating patients suffering with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). 

Call for Interviews

Tell us your story

This is the time to tell your tale to the world. Glemati Road Pictures is teaming up with

The Bateman Horne Center to produce a feature length documentary investigating not only the story of Dr. Bateman, but your story as well. We would like to discuss the following with you.

  • How long have you or someone you know had ME/CFS?
  • What is your day to day life with ME/CFS?
  • What has your experience been like with Dr. Bateman and/or the Bateman Horne Center? (if applicable)
  • What was your life like before ME/CFS?
  • What would you like people who know nothing about ME/CFS to know?
  • How have you been treated by physicians/clinics in regards to ME/CFS?
  • What is your hope for the future of the treatment and acknowledgement of ME/CFS?
  • What would you say to people that believe ME/CFS is all in your head?
  • What concerns do you have or what precautions are you taking in light of the current COVID-19 situation?

If you are willing, the director of the film would like to schedule a time to film an interview with you. Due to current circumstances, these interviews would be conducted via a Zoom call, FaceTime, or Skype depending on what you prefer.

Glemati Road Pictures


Brannon Richardson