On Saturday, April 5th, Consider the Conversation co-producers Terry Kaldhusdal and Michael Bernhagen will travel to the "Heart of Dixie" to host a major screening of their multiple award-winning PBS film, Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject, in the beautiful Dorothy Jemison Day Theater on the campus of the Alabama School o
On Monday, March 3rd, co-producers Michael Bernhagen and Terry Kaldhusdal took the first of what will be many steps associated with the release of Consider the Conversation 2: Stories about Cure, Relief, and Comfort.
They delivered the PBS cut of the film to Wisconsin Public Television where it will be closed captioned and scheduled for broadcast.
"There is a set of advantages that have to do with material resources, and there is a set that have to do with the absence of material resources - and the reason underdogs win as often as they do is that the latter is sometimes every bit the equal of the former."
- Macolm Gladwell, author of "David and Goliath"
Two and a half years after co-producers Terry Kaldhusdal and Michael Bernhagen donated the broadcast rights to PBS stations via the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA), Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject continues to serve as a catalyst for community collaboration and dialogue on end-of-life issues. Below is the most recent example:
On Tuesday, October 15th, approximately 150 participants and stakeholders in Honoring Choices Wisconsin, the physician-led advance care planning initiative inspired by Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject (CTC1), gathered in Madison for their first "Sharing the Experience" conference (
The UltraScreen experience - with a razor sharp, three-story tall picture, crystal clear digital sound and comfortable stadium seats - is Marcus movie magic at its best.
And now, for the first time ever, an end-of-life care documentary film will soon be shown in this format.
The city of Rockford, Illinois is gearing up for a major theatrical film presentation and community conversation event being facilitated by the producers of Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject on Thursday, October 10th at the historic 2,800 seat Coronado Performing Arts Center.
Dear friends of Consider the Conversation,
Over the course of the past 15 months, Terry Kaldhusdal and I have been working on Consider the Conversation 2: A Documentary About Unintended Consequences. This film will take a hard look at the new problem created by American medicine’s success at fighting disease/extending life and attempt to shed light on a potential solution.