'Baby Hers' Mother's Day Weekend Premiere

Celebrate Mother's Day all weekend long with free streaming of 'Baby Hers.' Share this important,

award-winning short film with all the mothers in your life!

 

Friday May 7 - Sunday May 9, 2021

WATCH HERE

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A MOTHER'S BOND SHOULD NEVER BE BROKEN

BABY HERS

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SYNOPSIS

Baby Hers is a heart-wrenching film that explores the innate love and universal bond between all mothers and their children, and questions whether even the best queso in Texas is enough of a reason to tear the two apart.

There is strong evidence that the way much of our food is produced has created a breeding ground for pandemics, including COVID-19. The film shines a light on this growing concern about our food system, and the costs incurred by current factory farming methods – both for humans and animals.

This important film has already won high profile awards at international film festivals including American Documentary and Animation Film Festival, WorldFest-Houston International Film & Video Festival, the USA Film Festival and Big Apple Film Festival.

Credits

Jim Richardson

Cast

Cristina Reyna-Neel

Eva June Neel

Chris Fuller-Wigg

Angela Fuller-Wigg

Tiger Leonard

Crew

Susan Rosenzweig
Director, Writer, Producer

Jason Uson

Editor

Matt Chauncey
Director of Photography

Sandra Urquhart

Additional Camera

Scott Van Osdol
1st Assistant Camera,

Photography & Title Design

Amal Morse

Additional Camera

Marty Lester

Audio Post Production

Nick Smith

Color Post Production

Bruno Aroesty

Production Assistant

Demian Fore

Poster, Graphics & Design

 

Jim Hainis

Website

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REVIEWS

“It’s ‘food for thought’, and credit goes to Ms. Rosenzweig for pushing the message by comparing a human mother to mother cow. All mothers love their babies.”

Red Carpet Crash

“It is a balanced film and, perhaps because of its brevity, the first documentary that has actually made me want to seek out more.”

Battle Royale with Cheese

“Rosenzweig impressively manages to produce a fifteen-minute film that is impactful and meaningful.”

Vulture Hound

 
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