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Deep Discount Available to Public Libraries
for Emmy-Nominated Doc
QUICK BROWN FOX: AN ALZHEIMER’S STORY
Underwritten by Private Donation
"An important resource for all
who are affected by
-Maria Shriver, Award winning Journalist
and First Lady of the State of California
Women Make Movies is proud to offer the important documentary
QUICK BROWN FOX, AN ALZHEIMER’S STORY to Public Libraries for their video collections at a dramatically reduced price, made possible by a generous gift from a private donor.
Public Libraries may purchase the film on DVD or VHS with public performance rights for the price of
$19 plus shipping and handling, representing a $70 reduction off regular pricing for Public Libraries.
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About the Film
Filmmaker Ann Hedreen’s mother started showing symptoms of Alzheimer’s at the barely-old age 60.Though it started with small signs—forgetting what she was doing and losing her way home—this irreversible disease would change her family's life forever. Emmy-nominated QUICK BROWN FOX combines her family’s personal journey with an insightful look at the science and politics of Alzheimer’s—a disease that now affects more than 4.5 million people in the US alone. In addition, the film documents the family's decision to participate in Alzheimer's research, providing both hope and a powerful call to action for anyone whose life has been affected by this disease.
thought-provoking... any video collection would benefit from the addition of
this film. Highly recommended .”
Educational Media Reviews Online
“* * * ½
“The best mix of personal story and science I have ever seen.”
James B. Leverenz, M.D., Associate Professor
University of Washington Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center
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