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Autism: Warming to its Cold Embrace
A personal journey into a child's autism diagnosis with filmmaker Robert Parish.

Congo: The Doctor Who Saves Women
Dr. Denis Mukwege was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for helping women raped during 20 years of conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
New Release, Sept. 2015.

In Place - Just In Time Training
In this inspiring and motivating session, Dr. Tom Pomeranz focuses on the four coaching strategies that can serve to dramatically enhance the effectiveness of Direct Support Professionals.
New Release, Oct. 2015.

Semicolon; The Adventures of Ostomy Girl
SEMICOLON follows Dana, a feisty 25-year-old who lives with a severe case of Crohn's Disease, and her unique family in the harrowing months leading up to the biggest decision she has ever had to make.
New Release, April 2016.

Ten Commandments of Communicating With People With Disabilities
This top selling video is used to train staff and community about disability etiquette.






The Good Breast

The Good Breast explores breast cancer as ritual, presenting today's rise of the mastectomy in the U.S. as a modern form of breast sacrifice. The loss of the breast of each of our patient characters illustrates that the breast is far more than just an organ; but rather contains within it the history, suffering and power of female identity.

"Shot with great sensitivity, but never 'sugar coats.' The disease's effects go far beyond the physical body. It effects social, psychological and spiritual dimensions of life. Patients battle cancer on each dimension. For some the breast cancer journey leads to tragedy; for others it leads to triumph. But for all who view this film it will lead to enlightenment."
Thomas A. LaVeist, PhD, Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University

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