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The Face of Birth
The Face of Birth gives us the big -picture on the importance of how, where and with whom we give birth. Through the diverse and beautiful stories of five women who choose to birth at home, it examines the issues of choice, safety, and empowerment, as well as many other…
A Breech in The System - Natural Breech Child-Birth
This insightful and powerful film shows a woman's journey negotiating a natural breech delivery within the hospital system The birth is a beautifully shot breech birth without any drugs or interventions, surrounded by supportive birth professionals, midwives and a very confident and competent obstetrician. It shows a complete external cephalic…
Pregnant in America - The Controversial Story of Life’s Greatest Miracle
The true story of Steve and Mandy Buonaugurio, a young, adventurous, expectant couple, who decide to take a daring and potentially dangerous approach to having their first child--outside the modern American medical system. What they learn about hospitals, doctors, insurance companies, midwives, and home birth as they travel across the…
Freedom for Birth - Women's Rights in Childbirth
Featuring a who's who of world class experts, Freedom For Birth is a 58 minute documentary looking at the issue of women's rights in childbirth. In many countries around the world, women are being denied the most basic human right of autonomy over their own bodies. They cannot choose how…
The Child the Stork Brought Home - Gestational Surrogates
The Child the Stork Brought Home is an intimate portrait of a gestational surrogacy arrangement, from the embryo transfer that "took" and got both the gestational surrogate and genetic parents "pregnant," to the birth of a slightly premature baby girl 34 weeks later. The film captures, through spaced interviews and…
Fertility: The Shared Journey with Mercier Therapy
As one of the many women who faced fertility challenges at a young age, Dr. Jennifer Mercier shares a safer alternative to the suggested controversial procedure, in vitro fertilization (IVF). FERTILITY exposes hidden truths about IVF, as well as an insightful new method that is safer and healthier for women…
Bereavement in Obstetrics
Jenny gives her account of the awful experience she found it to be and the long-term consequences on her mental health. We advise that this short introduction can be used as scene setting during a lecture. Another couple (Loss before Life) describe an early miscarriage and the lack of support…
Woman To Woman - The Rise of the Doula Profession
Woman to Woman is a documentary that offers a portrayal of the mainstream medicalised American birthing model and the rise of the doula profession that seeks to counter what doulas believe to be the ill effects of the overuse of medical technology. The film takes a retrospective look at one…
The Microbiome and Pregnancy, Vaginal Birth and Breastfeeding
A series of 4 video interview presentations by world-leading professors about the 'seeding and feeding' of a baby's microbiome during pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding for optimal development of the infant immune system. This video series has been created by the filmmaking team behind the multiaward-winning documentary MICROBIRTH.
Meet the Experts - Interviews With Some of Worlds Top Birth Experts
Extended interviews with some of worlds top birth experts. Entertaining and a great resource or teaching aid for midwives, doctors doulas and anyone interested in current maternity practices. Meet the Experts is an Australian series of interviews that gives unprecedented access to some of the world's top childbirth experts. You…
Maybe Baby
Maybe Baby is an intimate, provocative documentary that takes a new look at the emotional journeys of single women in their '30s and '40s as they pursue pregnancy through the world of Assisted Reproductive Technology, a multi-billion dollar industry on the cutting edge of medicine and science. Against a backdrop…
The Milky Way - The Case for Breastfeeding
The U.S. has one of the lowest breastfeeding rates in the world, despite the fact it is the natural way to feed an infant. How did breastfeeding become the exception rather than the norm in America? And what would it take to restore this most natural act to its rightful…