Ina May Gaskin is coming to town and tickets to view her documentary have already sold out for the evening show- but the daytime show has openings. The birthing guru and author Ina May, attracts expecting parents, birth professionals, doctors and parents in droves. When she came to Brooklyn a couple of years ago, the streets in front of the venue where she appeared were teaming with people anxious to hear this visionary midwife speak.
Don’t wait another second to buy your ticket for the afternoon performance for the NYC Premiere Screening of the new documentary film, BIRTH STORY: INA MAY GASKIN & THE FARM MIDWIVES. The screenings are part of the DOC NYC Film Festival at the IFC Center in Manhattan. Ina May Gaskin and the filmmakers will be there for a Q&A after the screenings.
Ticket should be bought ….like now. You can view the trailer and purchase tickets here.
In 1970, on a caravan of hippie school buses headed to a patch of rural Tennessee land, Ina May Gaskin and her friends began delivering each other’s babies. Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin & the Farm Midwives shows how these women, with counterculture heroine Gaskin as their leader, not only taught themselves midwifery from the ground up, but, with their families, founded an entirely communal, agricultural society called The Farm, where they changed a generation’s approach to childbirth.