As we mentioned back in April, supermodel Christy Turlington Burns has made her directorial debut with the film No Woman, No Cry.
The idea for the film came about after Christy suffered complications while giving birth to her daughter Grace. Luckily for the model, she was able to receive the help she needed, but others aren't as fortunate. And so the movie was born.
The documentary takes an in-depth look at health care options for expectant mothers in 4 countries: Tanzania, The U.S., Bangladesh and Guatemala.
No Woman, No Cry is a real eye opener, and is currently still being viewed at film festivals.
Check out the trailer for the film, in the clip above.
Not only is she absolutely gorgeous, but there is nothing we like more than a supermodel trying to better herself and the world.
After experiencing complications from the birth of her first child in 2003, Christy Turlington became interested in prenatal health, thus sparking the birth of her film.
Christy is making her directorial debut with No Woman, No Cry, a full-length documentary that examines health care options for expecting women in four different countries: Tanzania, Guatemala, Bangladesh and the United States.
The film is premiering next week at Village East Cinemas as part of the Tribeca Film Festival. Not only does Turlington narrate the film, but she did this film on top of pursuing her masters in public health at Columbia.
Kanye West may not have been having the best week - between the gay rumors, his latest temper tantrum, and a bruised up Lamborghini - but we have a feeling that with this weekend, all of that's about to change!
The sometimes-volatile yet supremely talented rapper has been hard at work recording his new album in Paris, and apparently, has few very creative, larger than life tricks up his sleeve for how he's going to begin its promotional campaign!
Which, of course, started last night, when he projected a video of himself performing his brand new single, New Slaves, onto the sides of 66 BUILDINGS LOCATED ALL OVER THE WORLD!
Ch-ch-check out to what the folks of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, were treated on the corner of Bedford and N. 7 (above)!