A documentary that delves into each week of a woman's pregnancy by interviewing moms about their own personal experiences. It serves as a road-map to support and guide moms, fathers and ...
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Birth: it's a miracle. A rite of passage. A natural part of life. But more than anything, birth is a business. Compelled to find answers after a disappointing birth experience with her ... See full summary »
Mary Helen Ayres,
The Face of Birth - a film about pregnancy, childbirth, and the power of choice. This documentary follows the diverse, heart-warming, and sometimes heart wrenching stories of a handful of ... See full summary »
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage. For filmmaker Nina Davenport, that old playground song didn't go as planned. Single at age 41, she decides to ... See full summary »
Documents the 9 month journey from conception to birth with images taken inside the womb. New photographic and camera techniques allow the viewer to see previously unknown images concerning a time we all go through.
A documentary that delves into each week of a woman's pregnancy by interviewing moms about their own personal experiences. It serves as a road-map to support and guide moms, fathers and families through the life-changing process of pregnancy. The film follows pregnant women with diverse age, marital status, ethnicity, and economic backgrounds, documenting their weekly journey including: physical changes, day-today decisions, partnerships, families and community dynamics. Their diverse experiences, approaches and challenges will educate the audience through common pregnancy milestones including: finding out they're pregnant, increasing hormone levels, sonogram and first heartbeat, going public, miscarriage risks, amniocentesis & genetic reviews, premature birth survival, completed lung development and finally preparation to the delivery. As we explore the emotional hills and valleys encountered by our central cast 40 weeks will create a resource for women that helps them feel empowered...Written by