Don’t miss the upcoming deadline: Production financing: February 9, 2017 | Discoverability financing more than $75,000: February 9, 2017
Three platforms to educate, empower and improve the quality of life of parents, caregivers and the new baby coming into this world
“Stuffed with inspiring footage” The Globe and Mail
Through an intimate and artistic lens, Milk brings a universal perspective on the politics, commercialization and controversies surrounding birth and infant feeding over the canvas of stunningly beautiful visuals and poignant voices from around the globe. Inspiring, informative, provocative and sensitive, Milk celebrates bringing a new life into this world with a strong call to action and reflection.
Since MILK’s launch at Hot Docs International Film Festival under the World Showcase Category which features the best in the world, it has been Nominated as Best Documentary at the Hollywood Film Festival, Nominated as Best Director and Best Editing at the Madrid International Film Festival and was part of the Official selection in a number of international festivals. In response to the positive response from the audience and the great support from global organizations like UNICEF, WHO and numerous organizations around the world dedicated, MILK screened to date in over 300 communities worldwide creating a remarkable impact resulting in the creation of MILK’s Educational Program.
Filmblanc is a film production company created in 1998 dedicated to the production of human rights and social justice films. Filmblanc is proud to have successfully brought forward the voices of the world’s most vulnerable and those in greatest need of an advocate by covering issues surrounding women and children’s rights, domestic violence, gay rights, education and violence, both in Canada and around the world.
As a multiple award winning, entrepreneurial, visionary company with a pristine track record of excellence, Filmblanc continues to create and develop films to promote human rights and social justice. firstname.lastname@example.org
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