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WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WHY TEENS BEHAVE THE WAY THEY DO? WATCH SURVIVING:) THE TEENAGE BRAIN PREMIERING ON CBC-TV’S THE NATURE OF THINGS ON JANUARY 19, 2012 AT 8 P.M. (8:30 NT)

WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WHY TEENS BEHAVE THE WAY THEY DO? WATCH SURVIVING:) THE TEENAGE BRAIN PREMIERING ON CBC-TV’S THE NATURE OF THINGS ON JANUARY 19, 2012 AT 8 P.M. (8:30 NT)

Press releases   •   Jan 17, 2012 10:59 EST

Forget everything you think you know about teenagers. Surviving:) The Teenage Brain presents cutting edge research from renowned international scientists that challenges preconceived notions about the turbulent years we all endure. Their new theories help explain why teens do what they do and why they are so important to the survival of our species.

TuTuMUCH wins again! TuTuMUCH wins first prize for Documentary Feature Film at the prestigious Chicago International Children's Film Festival

TuTuMUCH wins again! TuTuMUCH wins first prize for Documentary Feature Film at the prestigious Chicago International Children's Film Festival

Press releases   •   Nov 08, 2011 00:34 EST

TuTuMUCH, a co-production of Merit Motion Pictures, and Vonnie Von Helmolt Film awarded first Prize for Documentary Feature Film by 2011 Chicago International Children’s Film Festival

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Merit is the founder of MERIT MOTION PICTURES and the Executive Producer of all shows produced by the company. She has been... Show more