HEALTHCARE FOR EVERYBODY FILM NIGHT
You can host a movie marathon or series for your friends and family to find out why the U.S. has not yet embraced a national, universal healthcare system and what we can do about it! Two feature films and two short films- a total of 2 and a half hours.
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO SUPPORT BERNIE SANDERS in the 2020 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY and ELECTION.
THE HEALTHCARE MOVIE- Narrated by Kiefer Sutherland-(2011) 65 minutes
For people or for profit? This documentary provides the real story of how the health care systems in Canada and the United States evolved to be so completely different, when at one point they were essentially the same.
THE SECOND STAGE OF MEDICARE- Featuring Tommy Douglas, founder of Canada's national healthcare system. (2011) 10 minutes.
Once healthcare is paid for, what needs to happen to make it even better?
HEALTHCARE, EH? - (2014) 5 minutes
A short film about how Canada's healthcare system impacts business owners in Canada.
NOW IS THE TIME, HEALTHCARE FOR EVERYBODY- featuring economist Dr. Gerald Friedman (2016) 70 minutes
The United States pays almost twice as much for healthcare as any other industrialized nation, yet it still does not provide care for all its citizens. Why has the U.S. Congress not yet passed- or even considered- a national single payer health plan? This documentary delves into what single payer healthcare is, how it saves money, and what we can do to make it happen.
The Healthcare Movie
Narrated by Kiefer Sutherland, this documentary tells the real story of how the healthcare systems in Canada and the United States evolved to be so completely different, given that in the 1950's they were essentially the same. It reveals the intensity of the political struggle that led to the un...
Second Stage of Medicare
How the Canada's healthcare system impacts business owners in Canada. A short video created by the producers of The Healthcare Movie.
NOW IS THE TIME FEATURE 70 minutes
The United States pays almost twice as much for healthcare as any other industrialized nation, yet it still does not provide care for all its citizens. While the Affordable Care Act has helped some people, many of us are feeling the pinch of rising costs and narrowing networks. Polls show that ...