Maggie’s Story on Amazon

by Matthew Eppinette, CBC Executive Director on August 2, 2016

Post image for Maggie’s Story on Amazon

In July of last year, we released our first documentary short film, Maggie’s Story, on the Vimeo On Demand website. Today we are very pleased to announce that Maggie’s Story is now available on Amazon.

For those who are Amazon Prime members, Maggie’s Story is FREE! Others may rent the film for $2.99 or purchase it for $9.99.

In putting Maggie’s Story on Amazon, we added closed captioning. For those who need or want to watch the film with captions, that is now an option.

Thank you for supporting The Center for Bioethics and Culture’s filmmaking work. In case you missed our earlier announcement, we are currently working on an all new documentary short film that will focus on the issue of assisted suicide. We anticipate releasing it early in the Fall. Stay tuned!

We live in a visual and video culture, and filmmaking is such an important way to inform people of the issues of bioethics.

Click Here to Watch Maggie’s Story on Amazon
Watch Maggie's Story on Amazon

About Maggie’s Story
Maggie’s Story follows one woman’s journey of learning about “helping” others have a child they desperately want, what she discovered in becoming an egg donor, and the consequences that followed. Maggie was told how special she was, but she was never informed of the risks egg donation posed to her own health and well being. She was used repeatedly for others’ gain, but when things turned bad, she was left on her own to navigate tests, treatments, surgeries, and an unknown prognosis.

Previous post:

Next post: