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Pink Ribbons, Inc.

Rent or Download Pink Ribbons Inc.

Our feature documentary about the business of breast cancer fundraising is now available for download and rental. After opening at TIFF, to enthusiastic reviews, and screening across the nation, Léa Pool’s Pink Ribbons, Inc. is now yours to watch in either a download-to-own (DTO) or 48-hr rental (VOD, ie. “Video On Demand”) format. We’ve discussed more »

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Great Fall for Film in Canada’s Public Libraries

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The NFB Film Club has just announced its autumn program and it looks like libraries from coast to coast are poised for a fun and film-filled fall. The Film Club is a program that make the NFB’s film collection accessible to Canadian public libraries. For Fall 2012, it is offering an exciting selection of documentaries more »

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Catch Léa Pool’s Pink Ribbons, Inc. in a theatre near you starting February 3rd, 2012

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After premiering at TIFF, where it was named one of the TOP 10 films, Léa Pool‘s much anticipated film on the “industry of breast cancer”, Pink Ribbons, Inc., opens in Canadian theatres February 3, 2012. The feature documentary, which early reviews called “eloquent”, “stunning”, “alarming” and “incendiary”, shows how the devastating reality of breast cancer more »

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[The image above features members of the IV League, a stage 4 cancer support group based in Austin, Texas.] On February 3, our new documentary Pink Ribbons, Inc. opens in theatres across Canada. The film deals with how breast cancer has become the poster child for cause-related marketing campaigns and the effect this has had more »

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Pink Ribbons, Inc. premieres at TIFF to a packed house

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Yesterday afternoon saw the world premiere of our feature documentary, Pink Ribbons, Inc. at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film probes into the world of cause-marketing and breast cancer in an attempt to get people to think critically about what is involved in corporate fundraising and how the money is being spent. It offers more »