Screening for NaPro: A Quiet Revolution Documentary

May 21, 2014

Blackfriars Media is preparing to premier its new film, NaPro: A Quiet Revolution, on Saturday, June 7, working in collaboration with NYU film students and representatives from the pro-life and family planning communities. NaPro: A Quiet Revolution documents the new developments in family planning technology made possible by NaPro, a sophisticated system of cycle regulation arising out of the awareness that a woman’s fertility is a gift and a sign of her health, not a condition to be medicated. The project also exposes the scientific weaknesses and medical-care problems arising fomr the pharmaceutical and IVF industry. NaPro: A Quiet Revolution is directed and edited by John Fisher, and edited, colored, and designed by A. Joshua Vargas. The premier will begin with a free cocktail and hors d’oeuvres hour before the screening and conclude with Q&A with one of the documentary’s contributors, Dr. Anne Nolte, MD, CFCMC. A mass will also be offered at 6:00pm for those interested in attending. RSVP not required for mass, but seating to the film’s premier is limited. Secure your seats here. The event takes place on Saturday, June 7, at 7:15pm at the NYU Catholic Center, 438 Thompson Street, NY, NY 10012. All are welcome to attend. See the preview for the film below.

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