5 Countries, 6 Births, 7 Babies

 

Friday April 26, 2013
6:00 pm Pre-show Presentation
7:00 pm Feature Film
8:00 pm Community Panel 

Amphitheatre, Saint Paul University, Ottawa

 

Five Countries, Six Births, Seven Babies depicts six beautiful and gentle births in five countries; France, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Bermuda and the USA. The film shows that while cultures, laws and languages may change, birth remains fundamentally the same – biological and sacred. The films speak for themselves through music and images. The director, Diana Paul, filmed the segments between 1994 to 2010. Each birth drives home a message to birthing women. Five Countries, Six Births, Seven Babies is a wonderful introduction to natural childbirth.

5 countries, 6 births, 7 babies
Special Presentation Preceding the Film ~ 6:00 pm


The pre-show presentation begins at 6:00pm.  Please join doula and childbirth educator Tatiana Platchenko as she leads the group through a birth labyrinth.  Anyone wanting to make a birth labyrinth should contact Tatiana to attend her workshop on April 4th.  Details on the presentation and the preceding workshop can be found here.

 

Panel Discussion and Talk Back to follow the film.

Location of Screening

All screenings will be held at Saint Paul University at 223 Main Street in Ottawa.  Parking is available on the North side of the building for a flat fee of $4.  Street parking is available.  Please enter the building through the door off the North parking lot.  There will be a sign to indicate what room the screening will be in.
For information on the location of the screening, please click here.

Advance sales are now closed.

Tickets will be available at the door for $15, until we are sold out.  Cash only please.

Paperless Tickets


Paper tickets will not be issued.  You will receive a confirmation e-mail and your tickets will be noted by your e-mail address.  You do not need to print anything – we’ve gone paperless!

 

5 Countries, 6 Births, 7 Babies – Movie Trailer

 

This festival is completely volunteer run.  All proceeds will go to support local birth and breastfeeding groups.