[Sfbay-video] Free screening of "A Lion in the House"

moriah kinberg moriahkinberg at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 5 14:29:45 PDT 2006

 ITVS Community Cinema, KQED, and the San Francisco Public Library present:
                     Tuesday | June 6th | 2006
  FILM:  “ A Lion In the House”
  San Francisco Public Library | Koret  Auditorium
  100 Larkin St.   (Civic     Center)
    free and open to the public
                      A LION IN THE HOUSE offers an unprecedented look at the cancer journeys of five young people and their families over a six-year period. Award-winning filmmakers Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert bring audiences face to face with the uncertainty of the entire cancer experience and its rippling effects on family, community and professional caregivers. At the core of A LION IN THE HOUSE is the resilience, courage and wisdom of five extraordinary young people.
            Panel Discussion Following the film:
           Rachel B. Levi: PhD, Pediatric Clinical Psychologist
  Heather Fox: MSW,MPH, Clinical Social Worker at Children's  Hospital Oakland for the Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Programs
  Aubrie Maze: Cancer survivor, Author:  “Cutting Up: Laughing & Crafting; Ideas That Helped One Teenager Through Cancer Treatments”
           Rob Goldsby M.D.: UCSF Pediatric Oncologist UCSF, Director of UCSF Survivor Program
           Blue Walcer, MPH: San Francisco General Hospital; Director, CARE Program
   Bonnie Wheatley, MPH, MA,EdD,  Alameda County Medical Center
           Partner Organizations: Intercultural Cancer Council and Children’s Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition
            For more information on ITVS Community Cinema or how to get involved visit www.itvs.org/outreach


Moriah Kinberg
ITVS Regional Outreach Coordinator
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