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Chie (Nana Eikura) is a ‘companion‘, a young woman hired to speak in a public-relations role at corporate events, who ends up in the wrong auditorium. There she encounters a young salaryman, Taro (Eita). … More
Busting Out
Busting Out explores the history and politics of America’s obsession with the female breast and how attitudes affect health, happiness and the corporate bottom line. … More
Glowing Stars / I taket lyser stjärnorna
Fourteen-year-old Jenna shares many of the same concerns as other young women her age, such as wondering when her breasts will finally grow and trying to figure out how to get the guy she has a crush on to notice her. However, Jenna has one worry that she doesn’t share with her peers: her mother is dying of cancer. … More
Healing and Hope
“Healing and Hope” tells the stories of six breast cancer survivors in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The survivors and their families share their experiences with the disease, conveying the urgency of early detection while breaking down local stereotypes, myths and taboos. … More
I Want to Live Don’t I
Kathrin’s worst nightmare came true when she was just 34. Diagnosed with breast cancer, she needed to have her right breast removed, and due to the fact that the cancer had begun to spread, also had to go through an intensive course of chemotherapy. … More
Living Downstream
Based on the acclaimed book by ecologist and cancer survivor Dr. Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D., Living Downstream is an eloquent and cinematic feature-length documentary. … More
Pink Paddlers
They come in all shapes and sizes. They could be your mother, your daughter, your sister, your girlfriend, your wife…even you. … More
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What’s your Story: A Conversation
Personal storytelling is an integral part of the human condition and a proven agent of healing. And yet, telling our stories in creative and engaging ways can be extremely challenging and even infuriating. … More
Live. Laugh. Lunch!
An inspirational event for women with breast cancer featuring esteemed author, Ruth Rakoff. … More
Is it my child, or is it my cancer?
Understanding & supporting children and youth whose parents are experiencing cancer. … More
The Environmental Link to Breast Cancer: An evidence-based discussion
Scientific evidence seems to emerge daily linking chemical exposure to breast cancer. … More
Women of Colour and Breast Cancer
Naming the issues & exploring culturally-appropriate responses to education and support. … More