Now all you need is a public library card to stream Band of Sisters at home, for free, in over 200 cities, among them NYC, Toronto, L.A., Philadelphia, Phoenix, and San Francisco. Band of Sisters is streaming to public libraries, and 1000s of colleges, through Kanopy (an alternative to Netflix) which offers arthouse, independent, quality, literate content. To see if your library is signed up with Kanopy (or to request that they do) click here
Millions of new (and old) fans around the U.S., in Canada, Ireland, Sweden, and the U.K. will now be able to watch Band of Sisters wherever and whenever they want! The movie can now be streamed, rented or purchased and downloaded via seven popular retailers:
iTunes (also available with Spanish subtitles)
Comast Xfinity (check your T.V. listing for Band of Sisters if you have Comcast cable)
Dish (check your T.V. listing if you have Dish)
Reporter Patti Ahern checks in with director MaryFishman as the film is released on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Comcast Xfinity, Dish, Microsoft, and Vubiquity. http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/daily-southtown/news/ct-stn-ahern-...
Band of Sisters is the kick-off film in a series of 5 Films by Women presented at Loyola University Chicago as a benefit for Chicago Filmmakers. Please spread the word and join us! For more info about the series/to buy tickets: http://www.chicagofilmmakers.org/loyolaseries
"Out of the Habit, Into the Fire"
August 3, 2014
Reporter Naureen Khan recently spent a week with Sisters Pat and JoAnn, who are featured in Band of Sisters. Ms. Kahn offers an insightful account of what she witnessed and what the sisters' work is all about.