AndersonGold Films
About The Filmmakers
  My Brooklyn
When Hate Came to Town
Passionate Politics: The Life and Work of Charlotte Bunch
Never Enough
RFK in the Land of Apartheid
Every Mother's Son
Video Reports from Oaxaca
Making a Killing
Overcoming the Odds
Another Brother
Out at Work
Daughters of Dykes
Looking for a Space: Lesbians and Gay Men in Cuba
Juggling Gender
Prescription for Change
From Bedside to Bargaining Table
Looking for Love: Teenage Mothers
The Last Hunger Strike: Ireland 1981
Signed, Sealed and Delivered: Labor Struggle in the Post Office
Prescription for Change

Prescription for Change

Nurses: traditionally female, underpaid and under-appreciated. This documentary presents a rare behind-the-scenes look at nursing. Produced over ten years ago - before prime-time's ER and CHICAGO HOPE - this documentary has a clear feminist perspective and continues to be refreshing and relevant.

By Tami Gold and Lyn Goldfarb
1986, 30 minutes, Color, Video

". . . graphic portrayal of nurses facing the professional issues that they confront on a daily basis. This is a moving testament to nursing."

Regina Villa, RN Former Director, Massachusetts Nurses Association
Screenings & Awards
Director's Choice, Black Maria Film and Video Festival

Flaherty Film Seminar

Women in the Director's Chair Film and Video Festival

Global Village Documentary Series

American Film Institute Video Festival

Broadcast on selected PBS stations
AndersonGold Films, Inc. / Transit Media
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