For years, a young woman keeps a "cancer diary". Her profound insight on life turns her ongoing pain into poetry. Private premiere event of "I am a Visitor in your World,” documentary of a young woman's battle with colon cancer.
The private premiere event of "I am a Visitor in your World", the documentary of a young woman's battle with colon cancer, will take place at Logan Theater, 2646 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647 March 3rd, 2013. Cocktails and hor d'oeuvres begin at 5pm, show time 6pm. $25 per ticket. Blue tie attire appreciated!
Contact info: Jennifer Fearon 773-954-7655 email@example.com
This event is a benefit to help secure entry into film festivals for the documentary "I AM A VISITOR IN YOUR WORLD.”
This artistic documentary is an inspiring, personal, and poetic insight into Becca's life and her brave battle with colon cancer. The film is composed of her writings, photos, and poignant scenes of her in which she generously shares her beautiful spirit.
Sunday March 3, 2013
The Logan Theater
2646 N. Milwaukee, Chicago
5:00 p.m. Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres
6:00 p.m. Private Premiere
Silent Auction and Raffle
“Blue Tie” Dress Code Appreciated
$25 donation will benefit Colon Cancer Awareness and The Colon Club (Includes one free cocktail + Cash Bar)
DVDs of the film will be available for sale.
Tickets for the event are available at:
Whether you can make the event or not, please consider helping to bring “I AM A VISITOR IN YOUR WORLD” to a wider audience by donating to The Colon Club – earmarked “The Visitor” or go to www.visitormovie.com (http://www.facebook.com/
Hope to see you there in your finest blue attire!
A documentary film by Miguel Silveira, Scott F Busch, and Ehsan Ghoreishi.
In 2006, at the age of 25, Rebecca Babcock was diagnosed with genetic colon cancer. She began blogging as a way to come to terms with her 'new normal'. Out of those blog entries emerged a picture of her struggle. She fought countless battles with her disease, her treatments, surgery, debt, loneliness, isolation, hope and despair. Writing was her only outlet. Using her life as a canvas, her poetry turned her pain into a brutally honest and sometimes harsh look at the realities of having cancer. Her words didn't cure her cancer but they clearly provide its readers with a completely new look on life.
This is not another film about a cancer patient who struggles with the disease and at the end perishes or wins the battle. The situation is different. Becca’s approach to her documentation process is unique and so is her insight.
I Am a Visitor in Your World features no interviews. The intention of the film is to be in contact with a different kind of perception. We witness Becca’s struggle with the disease first hand, raw. We follow her while she fights against a medical system, which penalizes the already penalized patients. We look at the love between her and her mother. In a way, cancer itself seems to play a secondary role. The film is as much about all of us as it is about Becca. What we see is universal … It is a film about love. Visitor is a film about someone using art to renew humanity.