THE LAST CLEAN SCAN
A DOCUMENTARY SHORT ABOUT LIFE AFTER CANCER
Premiers Fall 2018
In June 2014 Amy graduated from her master’s program and was well on her way to pursuing a career in trauma psychology. She was working with patients from around the world, victims of torture, refugees, natural disaster survivors. She was strong, confident. She was healthy. Eight weeks later she was diagnosed with Stage IV Melanoma. She was given 4% chance of survival.
This is the story of what happened after Amy beat the odds.
It’s the story of a safety net being pulled from beneath you, of the abyss into which you find yourself free falling when you do in fact survive. It’s the story of emotional and mental turmoil, of Amy seeing in herself the same unfathomable trauma triggers that she had once diagnosed in her clients. It’s a story of looking for help, finding none, and fighting for your life after winning the fight of your life.
You're NOT ALONE
JOIN A CAMPAIGN TO SUPPORT SURVIVORS AROUnD THE WORLD
This is more than just a film. It's an international campaign to start a conversation about the mental and emotional complexity of cancer survival. We're building a network of partners across the country and around the world who will host screenings, share the film, and ignite local conversations. Together with their partnership and a national film festival circuit, our award worthy short form documentary will reach millions of viewers to catalyze conversation all across our country.
PRODUCED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
Leveraging our creative capacity, their networks, and our collective passion we are working with some of the brightest and most innovative brands to ignite a national conversation about cancer survivorship. We're producing the film, which our partners are supporting through their industry expertise, connections to survivor stories, as well as intimate understanding of the most recent research. Once the documentary is complete, the tables will turn and we'll support our partners to launch a national media campaign with survivorship programs, film festivals, and hosted screenings. Together we’ll mobilize this film to connect a national audience of survivors to the resources they need to thrive.
The best stories don’t wait
around to be told.
We’re running with this and we want you to join us on this journey.
From story participants and expert content, to hosting screenings and sponsoring production, there are so many ways to engage.
If your organization wants to partner to produce this film don’t wait another second.