Archive for November, 2008


Welcome to the Chasing Rainbows blog…

November 30, 2008

We’re glad you found us!

This blog began as an offshoot of a film project, a documentary produced by Pat Taylor on behalf of her daughter Sara Taylor Gibson, called Chasing Rainbows: Young Adults Living With Cancer. The film’s official site is here, and you can see an 8-minute trailer below. Since¬†Chasing Rainbows was released in 2007, Pat has screened it all over the world, and in the course of this work has gotten involved in ¬†many other exciting projects within the young adult cancer community. She continues to blog about her endeavours here (scroll down for the latest news!).

8-minute trailer for Chasing Rainbows: Young Adults Living With Cancer:

If you’d like to see the full length (43 minutes) film, you can order a copy of the DVD by contacting: You can also watch it online (in sections) at JimmyteensTV, where it is available in English, with Spanish subtitles, or dubbed into French.


Chasing Rainbows…worldwide

November 26, 2008

The BC Cancer Foundation has made the Chasing Rainbows DVD available for sale online here, which – in theory – means that anyone with internet access, anywhere in the world, can get a copy. We were thrilled to receive a sales report in August that proves this is actually happening in practice! Here is the list of places from which the BC Cancer Foundation has received online orders for copies of Chasing Rainbows:

North Adelaide, South Australia
Vancouver, BC
Bonn, Germany
Burnaby, BC
Richmond, VA
Fresno, CA
Eugene, OR
Calgary, AB
St. Catharines, ON
Belleville, ON
Kingston, PA
Thunder Bay, ON
North Vancouver, BC
Bala, ON
Richmond, BC
Melbourne, Australia
Nanaimo, BC
Durham, NC
Mississauga, ON
Glen Ellen, CA
Deroche, BC
Kamloops, BC
Fredericton, NB
Washington, IN
West Montrose, ON
Toronto, ON
Sooke, BC
Moulton, AL
Winnipeg, MB
River Ridge, LA
Bowling Green, KY
Montreal, QC
Roseville, CA
Drumheller, AB
Rochester, NY
Victoria, BC
Gibsons, BC
Chapel Hill, NC
Kfar-saba, Israel

Pretty cool, no? (Huge thanks as usual to the BCCF for making this possible.)