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At Your Cervix

Available for

Virtual

On-demand

In-person

Available for screenings until

Jun 02, 2024

Available for screenings in

Worldwide

Brought to you by

SPECTACULUM PRODUCTIONS

About the film

At Your Cervix breaks the silence about how medical students learn to perform pelvic exams. Following filmmaker and sexuality educator, A’magine, the film exposes how students are often taught on unconscious patients without their knowledge or consent. Interviews with students, patients, doctors, midwives, politicians and advocates provide compelling and often deeply emotional testimony as to why nonconsensual and unethical pelvic exams on patients under anesthesia must end. The film offers an empowering solution that will revolutionize how pelvic exams are taught and performed in schools and clinics across the country.

Genre

Documentary

Runtime

1h 12m

Released

2022

Director

A'magine

Producer

A'magine, Renée Bergan, Julie Carlson, Stephanie Dawson

Executive Producer

Lynn Ballantyne

Writer

A'magine & Renée Bergan

Crew

A'magine, Renée Bergan, Beth Nelsen, Elka Kerkofs, Pete List, Yasmin Mistry, Kara Ford, Jonathan Zuniga, Glen Matisoff

Awards & recognition

Whistleblower Summit & Film Festival 2023

WINNER BEST DOCUMENTARY

Nevada Women's Film Festival 2023

WINNER SPIRIT OF ACTIVISM

Hot Springs International Women's Film Festival 2023

WINNER Best First Time Filmmaker

Worldwide Women's Film Festival 2023

WINNER AUDIENCE AWARD

Imagine This International Women's Film Festival 2022

WINNER BEST DOCUMENTARY

Docs Without Borders Film Festival 2023

WINNER BEST OF FESTIVAL

Impact Docs Awards! 2023

WINNER AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

What people are saying

“One of the most amazing documentaries I have ever seen. It was so informative. There are ties between abortion, the history of midwives vs. gynecology, so much understanding of patriarchy and gynecology in this. You really connected so many dots for me throughout the documentary where I could understand the history and see how we got here and that made me feel actually genuinely hopeful we can find our way out. It was amazing. I thank you for empowering us to take back our autonomy, and you are amazing.”

Jameela Jamil

Iweigh

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