Life Interrupted: Virtual Film Screening & Panel Discussion Series
Last updated February 18, 2021
The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) is proud to present LIFE INTERRUPTED, a film of great intimacy, featuring empowering stories of breast cancer survivors told through unflinching graphic imagery from the survivor’s perspective. These women are confronting a life-altering diagnosis and respond to their disease process and the rebuilding of their lives with honesty, dignity, humor, and grace.
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Virtual Film Screening Series
NNLM is pleased to sponsor five virtual screenings of LIFE INTERRUPTED followed by a discussion featuring breast cancer survivors and activists. Click here to order your free film and live Q&A panel discussion ticket. The next LIVE panel discussion is on March 9 at 4 pm EST. Additional sessions on March 22, March 31, April 2, and April 15.
More about the filmmaker:
Paula Mozen, is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, educator, and PBS consultant who is a two-time breast cancer thriver-and has served on the film faculties at Towson University in Baltimore, Montana State University, and San Francisco State University. Ms. Mozen has received funding for her film work from: PBS, MacArthur Foundation, GAP, Komen, Levi Strauss, Greater Montana Foundation, SEGA, Berkeley Film Foundation, Montana Film Commission, Mental Insight Foundation, and others.
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