WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS

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WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS, LLC, AND CINEMA LIBRE STUDIO SET RELEASE DATE FOR FEATURE DOCUMENTARY FILM ON BREAST CANCER SCREENING

 

“We are anxious to see women's response to the film, and if it shifts the paradigm for breast cancer screening to a safer protocol.” -- WayMark Productions Filmmaker Megan S. Smith, M.S.

 

Falls Church, Va. — July 10, 2020 WayMark Production, LLC, wrapped up its feature-length documentary on the topic of breast cancer screening and has, along with its distributor Cinema Libre Studio, set a release date of October 6, 2020. The film, “bOObs: The War on Women’s Breasts,” will be WayMark’s first film and distributed internationally.

 

“We hope this documentary sheds new light on the highly controversial test of mammography,” said WayMark director and producer Megan S. Smith, M.S., “and that it gets patients, doctors, and the medical community talking about the pros and cons of this screening tool - something that is long overdue.”

 

Interviewed for the film, Dr. Otis Brawley, then Chief Medical and Scientific Officer of the American Cancer Society said, “mammography is a suboptimal test” and, further, “we need a better test.”

 

The film poses that the U.S. investigates and puts forward a potential new protocol: thermography in conjunction with ultrasound. “These two non-radiative tests used side-by-side could end in earlier detection for breast cancer, as well as increased accuracy for those women with high breast tissue density,” said Smith.

 

“bOObs” investigates the world of radiographic mammography and the possible replacement of this breast cancer screening tool with two other tests used side by side: thermography and ultrasound. Doctor’s divulge in the film that these latter tests are painless, more accurate than mammograms overall, and — most importantly — contain no radiation. Used in combination, these two screening tests also act as a much earlier detection tool as they see inflammation in the breast years before an actual tumor forms.

Founded by Megan S. Smith, M.S., a screenwriter of 13 years, a science/health free-lance writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at waymarkproductions.com

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Contact: M.S. Smith

waymarkdocfilms@gmail.com

 

WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS, LLC, SIGNS ITS FIRST FEATURE FILM WITH CINEMA LIBRE STUDIO FOR WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION

"We are delighted to sign our first film with Cinema Libre Studio for its distribution." -- WayMark Productions Filmmaker Megan S. Smith, M.S.

Falls Church, Va. -- April 26, 2019 -- Los Angeles-based distributor Cinema Libre Studio has signed WayMark Production's first feature film "bOObs: The War on Women's Breasts," an investigation into breast cancer screening. As this subject is of interest to most women worldwide, CLS expects the film to do very well and is thus distributing it internationally.

WayMark's first short documentary film by the same name won numerous film festival awards and caught the eye of CLS for distribution.

“bOObs” investigates the world of radiographic mammography and the possible replacement of this breast cancer screening tool with two other tests used side by side: thermography and ultrasound. Doctor’s divulge in the film that these latter tests are painless, more accurate than mammograms overall, and — most importantly — contain no radiation. Used in combination, these two screening tests also act as a much earlier detection tool as they see inflammation in the breast years before an actual tumor forms.

Founded by Megan S. Smith, M.S., a screenwriter of 13 years, a free-lance science and health writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

WayMark’s first documentary film “bOObs” will be released after the film has made its way through the festival cycle and a release date has been set by the distributor.

More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at waymarkproductions.com

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WAYMARK PRODUCTION’S SHORT DOCUMENTARY FILM ON BREAST CANCER SCREENING WINS A WORLDFEST REMI AWARD

"We are absolutely thrilled and honored to win a Remi Award. Thank you WorldFest!" -- WayMark Productions Filmmaker Megan S. Smith, M.S.

Falls Church, Va. -- April 14, 2019 -- The 52nd Annual WorldFest in Houston, TX, awarded the short documentary film “bOObs: The War on Women’s Breasts,” a film by WayMark Productions, LLC, a much coveted Remi Award and acknowledged the film was a finalist for screening selection.

 

Along with numerous other prestigious film festival awards this documentary received in 2018 and 2019, the film has also been screened worldwide, from Denver, Colorado, to London, England.

“bOObs” investigates the world of radiographic mammography and the possible replacement of this breast cancer screening tool with two other tests used side by side: thermography and ultrasound. Doctor’s divulge in the film that these latter tests are painless, more accurate than mammograms overall, and — most importantly — contain no radiation. Used in combination, these two screening tests also act as a much earlier detection tool as they see inflammation in the breast years before an actual tumor forms.

Founded by Smith, a screenwriter of 13 years, a free-lance writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

WayMark’s documentary film “bOObs” will be released after the film has made its way through the festival cycle.

More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at waymarkproductions.com

 

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WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS LLC SUBMITS TO WORLDWIDE FILM FESTIVALS ITS FIRST DOCUMENTARY: “BOOBS: THE WAR ON WOMEN’S BREASTS”

“The truth behind what’s really going on with mammography is going to astound the public.” — WayMark Filmmaker Megan S. Smith, M.S.

Falls Church, Va. — Oct. 21, 2018 — WayMark Productions LLC director Megan S. Smith announces that WayMark has begun to submit its first short documentary “bOObs: The War on Women’s Health” to film festivals worldwide.  “When I discovered what was happening in the world of breast cancer screening,” Smith stated, “I decided to help with information dissemination as soon as possible. People will be surprised to hear how life-altering mammograms can be.”

“bOObs” investigates the world of radiographic mammography and the possible replacement of this breast cancer screening tool with two other tests used side by side: thermography and ultrasound. Doctor’s divulge in the film that these latter tests are painless, more accurate than mammograms, and — most importantly — contain no radiation. In combination, these screening tests are also much earlier detection tools as they see inflammation in the breast years before an actual tumor forms.

Founded by Smith, a screenwriter of 13 years, a free-lance writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

WayMark’s short documentary “bOObs” will be released at the end of 2019 after the film has made its way through the festival cycle.

More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at waymarkproductions.com

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WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS LLC MOVES TARGET RELEASE DATE TO 2019 OF FIRST DOCUMENTARY:

“A NEW STANDARD OF CARE: ALTERNATIVE CANCER THERAPIES”

“I repeat: Too many interviews, not enough time.” -- WayMark Filmmaker Megan S. Smith, M.S.

Falls Church, Va. — December 20, 2017 — WayMark Productions LLC director Megan S. Smith announces a postponed release date to 2019 of the documentary “A New Standard of Care” about alternative cancer therapies after uncovering a larger amount of information than anticipated. “What we are discovering is simply overwhelming,” Smith stated, “People will be astounded to find out what is going on in the world of cancer therapies, both in conventional and non-conventional.”

Founded by Smith, a screenwriter of 13 years, a free-lance writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

A target release date for "A New Standard of Care" is now set for some time late 2018, with post production to begin this summer. 

More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at waymarkproductions.com

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WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS LLC SETS NEW 2017 TARGET RELEASE DATE OF FIRST DOCUMENTARY:

“A NEW STANDARD OF CARE: ALTERNATIVE CANCER THERAPIES”

“Too many interviews, not enough time.” -- WayMark’s Filmmaker Megan S. Smith, M.S.

Falls Church, Va. — December 1, 2016 — WayMark Productions LLC director Megan S. Smith announces a postponed release date to 2017 of the documentary “A New Standard of Care” about alternative cancer therapies after discovering a larger amount of information than expected. “What we’re uncovering is just overwhelming,” Smith stated.

Founded by Smith, a screenwriter of 13 years, a free-lance writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

A target release date for "A New Standard of Care" is now set for some time in 2017, with post production to begin late spring. 

More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at waymarkproductions.com

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WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS LLC RETURNS FROM EU FILMING OF DOCUMENTARY

A NEW STANDARD OF CARE: ALTERNATIVE CANCER THERAPIES”

Falls Church, Va. — June 14, 2016 — The crew of WayMark Productions LLC returned today from a five week-long filming tour of the European Union, where they conducted 11 interviews in seven countries for their documentary “A New Standard of Care: Alternative Cancer Therapies.”

WayMark interviewed various EU medical doctors, clinicians, medical device experts, and key policymakers, including the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. WayMark’s continuing investigation into assorted alternative cancer therapies seeks out the most viable medical devices and protocols, and various opinions on why most of these therapies have been unable to achieve marketplace penetration worldwide.

WayMark’s filmmaker and president Megan S. Smith says of the filming expedition, “We learned much about the differences between the US and EU medical treatments and are gaining more insight as to why the US is far behind the EU in advancing alternative therapies,” Smith said. “While conventional medicine — largely using only chemotherapy, radiation and surgery today — should be applauded for moving towards the less invasive immunology research, there’s no good reason why alternative therapies shouldn’t be allowed to play inside the cancer therapy ‘sandbox’ with the other conventional ‘children’.”

In fact, both US and EU practitioners regularly use the term “integrative medicine” when they use alternative therapies (such as acupuncture) in conjunction with conventional, says British medical doctor Julian Kenyon. However, Smith found EU doctors are more apt to use a wider variety of therapies, such as hyperthermia, homeopathy, and resonant light.

Founded by Smith, a screenwriter/freelance writer of 13 years and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

A target release date for “A New Standard of Care” is set for late 2016, in time for 2017 film festivals submission. More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found waymarkproductions.com

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WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS LLC INTERVIEWS U.S. CANCER PATIENTS AND MEDICAL DOCTORS

FOR “A NEW STANDARD OF CARE” DOCUMENTARY

“Almost all new therapies start as an alternative therapy.” -- Stanford Univ. Professor John R. Adler

 

Falls Church, Va. — March 18, 2016 — WayMark Productions LLC is proud to announce it has begun production of its first documentary, taking on a controversial and politically tumultuous topic:  “A New Standard of Care: Alternative Cancer Therapies.”

 

WayMark is interviewing cancer patients, doctors, and key decision/policymakers in the U.S. and abroad, investigating which alternative cancer therapies are most viable — and more importantly, why most have been forbidden marketplace penetration. 

 

WayMark’s filmmaker and president Megan S. Smith says of her production, “We hope to make an impact on the way cancer treatments are viewed by medical professionals and the public. There should be room in the ‘treatment sandbox’ for therapies other than The Big Three: surgery, radiation and chemo.” Indeed, during a WayMark interview with John R. Adler, M.D., Professor of Neurosurgery, Emeritus, at Stanford University’s School of Medicine, Adler surmised that “Today’s alternative therapy somewhere is going to be tomorrow’s cure for cancer.”

 

Founded by Smith, a screenwriter of 13 years, a free-lance writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

 

A target release date for "A New Standard of Care" is set for late 2016, in time for 2017 film festival submissions. More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at waymarkproductions.com

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Contact: Megan S. Smith

msfilmmaker@gmail.com

 

WAYMARK PRODUCTIONS LLC BEGINS FILMING FIRST DOCUMENTARY “A NEW STANDARD OF CARE:

ALTERNATIVE CANCER THERAPIES”

 

Falls Church, Va. — March 18, 2015 — WayMark Productions LLC is proud to announce it has begun production of its first documentary, taking on a controversial and politically tumultuous topic:  “A New Standard of Care: Alternative Cancer Therapies.”

 

WayMark is interviewing cancer patients, doctors, and key decision/policymakers in the U.S. and abroad, investigating which alternative cancer therapies are most viable — and more importantly, why most have been forbidden marketplace penetration. 

 

WayMark’s filmmaker and president Megan S. Smith says of her production, “We hope to make an impact on the way cancer treatments are viewed by medical professionals and the public. There should be room in the ‘treatment sandbox’ for therapies other than The Big Three: surgery, radiation and chemo.” Indeed, during an WayMark interview with John R. Adler, M.D., Professor of Neurosurgery, Emeritus, at Stanford University’s School of Medicine, Adler surmised that “Today’s alternative therapy somewhere is going to be tomorrow’s cure for cancer.”

 

Founded by Smith, a screenwriter of 13 years, a free-lance writer, and now a documentary filmmaker, WayMark Productions LLC investigates areas otherwise overlooked or underreported by mainstream media. Currently concentrating on health issues such as cancer and Lyme disease, WayMark intends to broaden its mission in upcoming years to include other topics having an adverse effect on the world and its people.

 

A target release date for “A New Standard of Care” is set for late 2016, in time for 2017 film festivals submission. More information on WayMark Productions LLC can be found at www.waymarkproductions.com.

 

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