3 Things You Can Do

by The Center for Bioethics and Culture on April 30, 2014

Two weeks from now, we will be showing Breeders at the Roxie Theater, right in the heart of San Francisco. Jennifer Lahl (director, writer, and producer) and Cameron Shaw (cinematographer) will be on hand for a Q&A following the screening.

As you already know, we’re used to going into diverse audiences and places to screen our films—but we always need your support to help make these screenings a success. Here’s how you can help:

  1. In the San Francisco area? Please attend! The screening will be on Tuesday, May 13 @ 7pm. Tickets are only $10 each, so buy yours now (and bring your friends). It’s a fun and easy way to have a great evening of entertainment and education.

  2. Unable to attend the screening, but eager to watch Breeders? You can watch it online on your computer. Also, be sure to visit our listing of screenings throughout the country so that you can see where we’ll be screening it next! Several additional screenings are currently in the works and will be added there soon.

  3. Help us share this info via social media. Surrogacy is fast becoming one of the major issues of the 21st century, but the practice is fraught with complex implications for women, children, and families. Help us educate your friends and family by inviting them to attend the screening and learn more. We’re using the following hash tags on social media #WomenAreNotBreeders   #WomenAreMothers

    Here are sample tweets (just click to tweet):

    Tweet: Join me at the Roxie on May 13 for a screening of the documentary Breeders http://ctt.ec/fQb48+ #WomenAreNotBreeders #WomenAreMothers

    Tweet: Surrogacy: a major issue of the 21stCentury. Watch the film Breeders 2 learn more http://ctt.ec/d89dx+ #WomenAreNotBreeders #WomenAreMothers

As always, we’re grateful for your support. We look forward to seeing many of you at the Roxie in San Francisco on Tuesday, May 13 @ 7pm!

 

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