DAUGHTERS OF TIME National PBS broadcast. The classic show on nurse-midwifery in the U.S. Features three nurse-midwives in their practices.
“This provocative film beautifully describes the history of midwives and emphasizes an important principle of birthing-continuous support during labor from a caring woman.” Marshall H. Klaus, M.D., author of maternal-Infant bonding
“Warm and spontaneous, it illustrates the special quality of midwifery care. Highly recommended.” Marian Tompson, founder, La Leche League
“Every expectant parent in the U.S. should see this movie.” David and Lee Stewart
“Captures the sprit, scope of practice, and politics of contemporary nurse-midwifery. It is a sensitive film, technically excellent, with a sense of pride and beauty in content.” Helen Varney, C.N.M., M.S.N., author of Nurse-Midwifery
AWARDS: Finalist - American Film Festival CINE Golden Eagle Winner
HARD WORK Shown on major PBS stations. The story about women organizing in the oldest profession, HARD WORK revolves around the Hooker’s Convention in Washington, D.C. and it takes a close look at Margo – an extraordinary woman. The action takes place over a five day period and includes a visit to the Women’s Detention Center, TV and press interviews, a congressional cocktail party, he Hooker’s Ball, and a sunrise walk around the White House.
AWARDS: Winner, Edinburg International Film Festival Blue Ribbon, American Film Festival CINE Golden Eagle CINE Festival Winner, annual Bellevue film Festival