Much lauded documentary about mesothelioma and asbestos exposure now available online

The acclaimed new asbestos documentary “Dirty Laundry” is now available for the world to see.

In the film, cousins Conor B. Lewis and Zack Johnson cycle more than 4,000 miles from California to New York, fueled by curiosity about their beloved grandmother’s surprise death from mesothelioma.

Lewis and Johnson scour the country in search of others affected by this rare cancer caused by asbestos exposure, interviewing surviving family members, doctors, activists and residents .The film uncovers the harsh reality that asbestos is still not banned in the United States – and workers in several industries continue to be exposed to the toxic mineral.

After a run in 11 film festivals nationwide — including an honorable mention in the Santa Monica International Film Festival — “Dirty Laundry” is now available to rent or purchase on Vimeo On Demand.

Read more about the background to this inspiring, moving documentary here.