Eggsploitation Screenings

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We are currently scheduling additional showings. If you are interested in hosting a showing, please contact

Host a Showing

We welcome small home and community showings of Eggsploitation. Here are a few guidelines to help you get your screening set up:

  1. Email us at, tell us about yourself and/or your organization and your screening plans. Who is your audience? When and where you will hold your showing?
  2. Confirm details with us so we have the option to make your showing information available on our website.
  3. Let us know if you would like one of the filmmakers present at your showing to discuss the film. Travel costs and honorarium must be covered.
  4. We want to hear from you and your audience about your response to the film! Please distribute and collect our evaluation card, available for download (click here). After the showing, please mail or email your audience’s feedback to us.
          3380 Vincent Rd. STE HUB
          Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Showing Rules

  • Community showings must be free and open to the public (you may not charge an entrance fee, or make a profit of any kind from the screening).
  • Broadcasting over television or internet—including audio/video recordings, live web streaming, and posting to the web—is strictly prohibited.


What People Are Saying About Eggsploitation

Eggsploitation renders the medical risks of paid egg donation with care and truth in every detail and makes a thoroughly devastating case against the commodification of women and their eggs.

Donald Landry, MD, PhD, Chair, Department of Medicine, Columbia University School of Medicine

It is a scandal that the infertility industry has gone so many years without collecting adequate safety data on the risks of multiple egg extraction. This makes informed consent impossible for the thousands of young women now undergoing so-called ‘egg donation’ procedures. Every young woman considering ‘egg donation’ as a way to generate income for school tuition or other critical expenditures should see this film first. And policy makers need to insist that we finally conduct the research that should have been done years ago.

Judy Norsigian, Executive Director, Our Bodies Ourselves

This powerful, important and informative documentary gives viewers true insight into the egg donation industry and helps us to better understand the desperate need for regulation and oversight. All prospective egg donors (and recipients) as well as all practitioners and agency employees in the egg donation industry should be required to watch this film!

Wendy Kramer, Director and Co-Founder, Donor Sibling Registry

Eggsploitation is a powerful and compelling film on the extreme risks and disregard shown to women . . . a must see for all egg donors and fertility patients. The infertility industry’s practice of reproductive endocriminology is a “dirty little secret” and should be secret no more.

Lynne Millican, Founder,

What fertility clinics and egg donation agencies may not tell you. This film should be seen by any woman considering becoming—or using—an egg donor so that she can better understand the medical risks involved.

Diane Allen, Infertility Network, Canada

Eggsploitation is a compelling and revealing documentary that gives the viewer an up-close look at the flipside of the infertility industry. You will meet women whose lives were changed forever after undergoing the procedure for egg donation. Their disturbing and heart wrenching stories tell a cautionary tale to all women who are considering egg donation for the purpose of in-vitro fertilization or embryonic stem cell research. A must see film for researchers, physicians, professors, college students and feminists.

Kelly Vincent-Brunacini, President, Feminists for Nonviolent Choices New York