"Semicolon: The Adventures of Ostomy Girl" follows 25-year-old, Dana Marshall-Bernstein and her family in the months leading up to her decision about whether to undergo a bowel transplant. Through it all, Dana, aka Ostomy Girl, confronts each challenge with dignity, grace and humor. Her story is an inspiring testament to the triumph of tenacity and the human spirit in the face of grave adversity.
The documentary's director, Robin Greenspun, and David Schwartz, M.D., professor of Medicine and director of the Vanderbilt Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic will participate in an audience Q-and-A session.
"Semicolon: The Adventures of Ostomy Girl" will be shown twice at the Nashville Film Festival.
Sunday, April 19 – 1:15 p.m. at the Regal Green Hills Theater
Saturday, April 25 – 5 p.m. at the Regal Green Hills Theater
Tickets for these screenings can be purchased in advance through the Nashville Film Festival.