Breast Fest Film Festival is back and bigger than ever
TORONTO, Nov. 16 /CNW/ - Rethink Breast Cancer is turning out the lights and putting boobies on the big screen at the 2009 Breast Fest Film Festival. After a successful inaugural year, the world's first breast cancer film festival is back in Toronto this weekend with a new selection of inspiring films that span the emotional spectrum of the breast cancer journey. As part of Breast Fest's expanded three-day program, Rethink will unveil more panel discussions and workshops to inspire dialogue, facilitate learning and foster community.
Opening night screenings will include the premiere of Rethink's own short documentary film, About Her. This original production captures the healing power of storytelling, bringing together the experiences of five Canadian women living with HER2-positive breast cancer.
Back and bigger than ever, the Breast Fest Film Festival is an event not to be missed. A full schedule of show times, workshops and film descriptions can be viewed at www.breastfestfilmfest.com.
What: Breast Fest Film Festival
Who: Open to the general public
Where: Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) Theatre
100 Queen's Park
Toronto, ON M5S 2C6
When: November 20 - 22, 2009
Admission: Opening night - $25
All other screenings - $10
Festival passes - $65
Media passes - Free, please RSVP to
Visit www.breastfestfilmfest.com for showtimes,
workshop information and to purchase tickets
SOURCE Rethink Breast Cancer
For further information: For further information: to book an interview with a spokesperson, or to register to attend, please contact: Alia Hassan, Stephanie Yack, Cohn & Wolfe, (647) 259-3305, (647) 259-3281, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com