Award-Winning Filmmaker Charles Mattocks Films A Docuseries Called Eight Days


( ENSPIRE Feature ) Award-Winning Filmmaker Charles Mattocks Produced A Docuseries Called Eight Days to Showcase What Patients Go Through On A Daily Basis

During The Month Of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Is Supported Throughout The Entire World. Breast Cancer have affected a lot of families throughout the United States, as well as other countries and many people who battled the disease wants the world to know that you can overcome the disease. About 1 in 8 women, which is 12% will have breast cancer during their lives and 41,760 women are projected to die from the disease via

 “Eight Days” takes viewers inside the lives of five individuals from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities all living with different types and stages of cancer. This innovative docuseries brings together a team of top health and cancer experts to spend eight days with them at a beautiful beachside retreat in Cancun, Mexico as they learn to fight their disease through physical, emotional and spiritual healing,” said Charles Mattocks.

“With over 1.7 million cancer diagnoses documented per year in the U.S. alone, this docuseries is more important than ever.”

This documentary meant everything to Mattocks, because he saw his family go through something similar, so he wanted to get different perspectives from people who deal with this disease daily. The series will premiere on the television network FYI Network during the first week in January of 2020.

Related image