Congrats to client Marymoor Productions on the online premiere of "Having It All"

Congratulations to client Marymoor Productions and filmmaker Vlada Knowlton on the online premiere of the documentary film, “Having It All,” which will be hosted by FlexJobs and 1 Million for Work Flexibility on March 3rd

The film chronicles the lives of three women and their partners as they attempt to navigate the unanticipated difficulties and tough personal choices involved with balancing careers while also starting a family. 

The film’s website provides the following synopsis:

From the shockingly painful exercise of putting an infant into childcare, to the heartbreak and defeat of divorce, this film examines some routinely overlooked, yet ubiquitously endured experiences of today’s working parents. It also underscores the fact that the “Having It All” ideal is not the same for everyone.

We hope this documentary offers a new perspective for thinking about the work/life model that has been created for not only women, but all working parents in our modern culture. Hopefully it will also contribute towards new solutions for dealing with this challenge as individuals, as well as a society. Most of all, we hope this film simply offers a compelling story about three people trying their best to understand themselves and their limits, in a world that has encouraged them to strive towards having it all.

The film will be available on Amazon and iTunes on March 4th.  The trailer is featured below.  Congratulations Vlada!

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