Trial of Labor Press

In the U.S., somewhere around 90 percent of women who have delivered a baby via cesarean section will continue to have surgery with subsequent births. That's because most doctors and hospitals insist upon it, claiming that the risk to both mother and baby is too great after C-section....

Post C-section, Women Fight to Give Birth Naturally
 

Trial of Labor: The Newest Birth Documentary

The newest birth documentary is called Trial of Labor. It is aptly named as it looks at the journey of four women who are planning a trial of labor for a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). Each of these women have had previously unplanned cesarean births....

Trial of Labor, A New Film About Four Mothers and Their Determination To Give Birth Naturally After A Prior Cesarean

Two fathers: Robert Humphreys, an independent, award winning film maker and Dr. Elliot Berlin, a chiropractor specializing in alternative prenatal care, set out to make a documentary film about the VBAC ban in U.S. hospitals...

Indie Documentary Focuses on Birth From the Mom's POV

The film centers on four women from the Los Angeles area who volunteered to share their experiences as they approached a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). ‘We conducted the first interviews with the idea that we could use them to cut a trailer and...

Trial of Labor and VBACs: What Women Think

I have recently enjoyed a very interesting interview with Robert Humphreys who has completed shooting for a documentary called Trial of Labor (along with Dr. Elliot Berlin). Mr Humphreys is a film maker and Dr. Berlin is a chiropractor who specializes....