The first film in the new film series, How to Tell if Your Child Has Cancer, is available on YouTube and Amazon.
The movie tells the story of a family of three who is trying to raise their three children as healthy, productive and well-adjusted adults while dealing with the complications of a devastating and complex cancer diagnosis.
This story of love, faith, and perseverance follows the three young women through their fight to live and raise healthy, happy and successful lives, while also dealing with some of the most challenging and stressful things life has to offer.
The film, starring Sarah Polley and Amy Adams, has been a viral hit with more than 13 million views, making it one of the top-grossing films of 2017.
It also became the first American film to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.
“How to Tell If Your Child has Cancer” is a documentary that follows the lives of two of the film’s stars.
Amy Adams plays a young mother and the first person diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States, Sarah Polter is a grandmother living with stage 4 glioblastoma, and the film follows their families struggles as they navigate the medical and social challenges of their illness.
The films story follows the trio through the course of their disease journey and their struggles to find support and a sense of belonging, as they struggle to cope with their cancer diagnosis, fight for their health and family.
“How to tell” is the first movie in the series, and features a cast of actors that includes: Amy Adams (The Big Short), Amy Ryan (Babylon 5), Josh Gad (The Cabin in the Woods), Adam McKay (The Imitation Game), Jessica Chastain (The Theory of Everything), Emily Blunt (Bright Lights, Inc.), Zoe Kazan (The Last Witch Hunter), Rachel Bilson (The Revenant), Mandy Patinkin (The Good Dinosaur), Jennifer Hudson (The Wedding Singer), Tilda Swinton (The Mummy), Zendaya (Wonder Woman), Jessica Stroup (Black Widow), and Robert Pattinson (The Amazing Spider-Man 2).
The film was produced by Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures and directed by Brad Falchuk, with special effects by Rob Letterman and sound by Paul Giamatti and Andy Serkis.
For more information about the film and the production, please visit www.howtowhatc.com.