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Meagan Murphy

Director & Producer
Meagan Murphy is a multimedia producer specializing in women’s health. She has written and directed branded content for clients and media outlets since 1994, most recently for PBS. Meagan defies cultural norms with her passionate out-of-the-box approach to solving feminine health issues, and The Breast Archives is a striking and timely example of her passion and dedication to empowering women through the body.
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Fernanda Rossi

Writer
Fernanda Rossi is an internationally renowned writer and speaker who has collaborated on more than five hundred fiction scripts and documentaries, including two documentaries nominated for an Academy Award®. She has given lectures in twelve countries and at many film festivals and markets.
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Miriam Cutler

Composer
Miriam is an Emmy nominated Composer passionate about scoring documentaries, among them Emmy winning, Sundance, and Oscar nominated films: Ethel, Lost in La Mancha, Thin, Poster Girl, Kings Point, Ghosts Of Abu Ghraib, American Promise, Vito, Desert Of Forbidden Art, Scouts Honor, License To Kill, One Last Hug.

Who loves The Breast Archives?

Moms and Teens, Wellness enthusiasts, Womanists & Feminists,
Breast Cancer Survivors, & Men!

What happens when women talk openly about their breasts? The answer is beautiful.

85% of women are unhappy or ashamed of their breasts, robbing them of their feminine power and self-esteem. But what happens when a woman has a positive attitude and connection to her breasts - the life-giving source for food and pleasure?

From puberty through motherhood, menopause, and sometimes cancer, nine women speak candidly about their breasts in this daring and beautiful film by Meagan Murphy. With disarming honesty, their stories are at once enlightening and healing.

Anyone who has breast cancer or who knows someone with cancer will be grateful these brave women shared their journeys and that the film offers a roadmap for more conversations to happen at home, in the classroom and in the bedroom.

“I felt ashamed the moment my breasts started to come in because I thought they weren’t ‘normal.’ For years, I tried to hide behind tight bras and in the dark so no one would notice what I thought was an abnormality. I felt ugly and ashamed of my body. I wish my mother, or any trusted woman, would have talked to me about my breasts when I was young. She would have saved me years of shame and helped to boost my self-esteem."

The Breast Archives is a beautiful, insightful and transformative movie for any woman who has her own breast story living inside her.