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Future Baby

Maria Arlamovsky   |   W. Canadian Premiere

 
 

About the Film


The future of human reproduction as it is happening right before our eyes. This investigation takes us around the world to patients and researchers, to egg donors and surrogate mothers, to laboratories and clinics. The hopes and wishes of future parents mesh with research on how to optimize the human genome in the face of an ever accelerating rate of progress. How far do we want to go?

 



Film Information

Year: 2016
Length: 91min
Language: German and English
Country: Germany
Premiere: Calgary
Genre: Social Issue

Cast & Credits

Director: Maria Arlamovsky
Producer: Michael Kitzberger, Nikolaus Geyrhalter, Markus Glaser, and Wolfgang Widerhofer

 
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Locations & Showtimes


 

Thursday November 17  |   7:00PM
Calgary Public Library Central - John Dutton Theatre


Free Admission

 

Guests


Join the post-show conversation with local and international artists and experts.

 

ANNA ZADUNAYSKI  |  LAWYER

Anna Zadunayski BA (UVic ‘98), LLB (UCalgary ‘02), MSc (UCalgary ‘12) is a Calgary-based lawyer, ethicist, researcher, writer, lecturer and mother. A litigation and research lawyer by training, Anna left private practice in 2005 to pursue graduate training in Health Services Research in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine. Her MSc thesis was related to Legal and Ethical Implications of Newborn Screening for in utero Exposure to Drugs and Alcohol.  Editor of the Alberta Medico-Legal Reporter from 2006 – 2013, Anna has reported numerous Canadian health law cases for a variety of stakeholders. Following a Residency in Clinical Ethics at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton, Anna became the first embedded Clinical Ethicist at Alberta Children’s Hospital and Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary in 2010. Anna lectures widely and presently offers independent health research, education and consultation services across various sectors.