September Cinema Lounge
Jane Doe the Docu-Series
Jane Fendelman was relieved to find out she might die from the aggressive Cancer.
During the year prior to her 2005 Breast Cancer diagnosis, Jane Fendelman and her (then) husband experienced a devastating miscarriage... three months later he got together with Jane's friend, then Jane's father died
suddenly... two months after that, she was diagnosed with an aggressive, grade three lump in her left breast. Deeply heartbroken, Jane decided dying didn't sound so bad.
Jane needed to talk about things that her friends and family were not comfortable with ... like death and dying. With no one to turn to, a 40% chance to survive, and an intention to say what she felt needed saying before she died, she started talking to her video camera.
Jane could never have predicted what happened next.
The video-taping was deeply healing for Jane and miraculously uplifting to others. Jane says, "The whole experience gave me wings. I'm so lucky I got Cancer."
On Friday, September 26th, at 5:30 pm, the evening will kick-off in our new, intimate viewing venue with Happy Hour; including drinks, and food supplied by Compass Craft Services. At 7:30pm, the film begins, and then
we end the night with a Q&A session with Jane Fendelman (Jane Doe), filmmaker and cancer survivor.
Phoenix Film Center
1700 N 7th Ave, Second Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85007
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|