Check out the sneak peek for I am a Midwife 2.0, a series of short videos all about midwives and what they do! Co-produced by the Midwives Alliance of North America and Woman in the Moon Films.
In Midwives Know Birth Matters twelve different midwives, practicing in all settings, speak about the importance of birth for babies, mothers and birth partners. The quality care midwives provide can make all the difference in facilitating a safe, supportive and satisfying experience. Midwives know how we are born and how a woman becomes a mother matters!
I am a Midwife is a new online video series about midwives and what they do. A new video will be released weekly throughout May and June. Subscribe to I am a Midwife on Youtube.
From the Midwives Alliance of North America
Co-produced by Woman in the Moon Films!
a few pix from the gorgeous homebirth i filmed a week ago. happy 1 week bday max! born peacefully in the water…surrounded by love…supported by professional midwives…the gold standard of care. at home in lisbon falls, maine! stay tuned for the film later this year…
Check out this interview by video documentarian Bill Anderson where I speak about all things homebirthy. Not being one to not have anything to say…grab a cup of tea and settle in ’cause it runs about 45 minutes!
this past saturday, i witnessed another miracle: i filmed the birth of a baby born at home to two loving parents, assisted by a team of midwives and friends. two of his brothers met him moments after he emerged from his mother’s womb (the third, a toddler, slept on). it was an intense and challenging labor, but with loving and professional support and care–and a lot of hard work–this mother brought her baby into the world outside the womb.
this summer i had the honor of stepping into this family’s world and filming other facets of their life. our first endeavor: a family excursion where we went on a whale watch. other intimate and joyful events and moments were documented. i did this entirely with out-of-pocket resources. i hope to be able to transform this story into a film. a film that will be a part of the “at home in maine” series. a new film that will help educate women and their families about the choice to have a homebirth and receive midwifery care.
to do that, i need additional resources. funds that will support the time and materials it takes to transform footage into a film. i intend for this one to be the first of four more films that will be produced over this next year.
i’ve got two weeks to go with this kickstarter campaign–and a long way to reach my funding goal. i will not receive any funds unless the entire funding goal is reached. i need some angels here! won’t you please be a part of my miracle and pledge to this project today? miracles do happen. i filmed one early saturday morning…
thanks to all who supported this project in week 4!
If you have been thinking of supporting this project and can swing it NOW is the time to go for it! Whether it’s $5, $25, $250 (or more if you’re feeling generous) it all counts towards reaching this goal!
And if you know someone that would be interested in supporting this project, please PLEASE spread the word in your own circles!
Meeting this funding goal is critical to sustaining work on this project! “At Home in Maine” is a part of a vibrant online movement to educate women and their families about their choices in childbirth! Every woman deserves that information!
Click here to go to At Home in Maine on Kickstarter! Many thanks to all who have supported this project so far!
Another way to support this project is to rent/buy films in the At Home in Maine series. Four films are available through Video on Demand (with more to come) via this website: At Home in Waldo, Maine, At Home in Winthrop, At Home in Orland #2 and At Home in Morrill.
Looking forward to filming more births and creating more films for this series!
Begins Thursday, March 3
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