Friday, October 19, 2007

Pink Paddlers Screening

Pink Paddlers, a local documentary, finally gets screened, although it's on TV, but why not?

As far as I'm aware, there was a Charity Screening of the documentary in March this year, but I was away at the Hong Kong International Film Festival. And screenings were rare, perhaps opened to select focus groups here and there. So finally, it goes on Free to Air, and I'm glad to be able to watch it after all!

Catch it on Sunday 28th Oct 2007 at 7.30pm on Channel NewsAsia

A HD documentary made possible by the support of
the Khoo Teck Puat Foundation

Directed by Jasmine Ng Kin Kia
Produced by Suzette Cody / Green Mango Productions


To watch Desperate Housewives OR a documentary about housewives with cancer?
… Have you hit the remote control already?

Breast Cancer is the no.1 killer disease amongst women in Singapore.
Switching channels does not change this reality.

But watching this documentary, and learning and sharing the awareness message can make a difference.

So gather every woman you care about - your sister, your mother, your daughter, your best friend, your wife, your colleagues... and watch this film together.

Watch a kick-ass bunch of Singaporean housewives, biker chicks, senior managers, a bellydancer, air-stewardesses and a beauty pageant queen, all get in the same boat, stop asking themselves "why me, why did I get breast cancer" and start racing as sisters in a dragonboat team against this disease.

This October Breast Cancer Awareness Month, catch it
Sunday 28th Oct 2007 at 7.30pm on Channel NewsAsia


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