Uniquely bearing the title “Mom and Dad’s Nipple Factory”, Justinsuperstar’s first-person documentary chronicles the family business, highlighting his father Brian Johnson’s incredible inventiveness and the devoted inspiration of his mother, Brandi Johnson. Set for a one-night-only screening in Madison, this touching film delves into the world of prosthetic nipples that Brandi and Brian Johnson became immersed in after Brandi underwent breast cancer surgery.

Described by Lannia Stenz, Executive Director and CEO of Gilda’s Club Madison, as “a film about love, family, and stepping outside your comfort zone to improve the lives of your loved ones”, “Mom and Dad’s Nipple Factory” provides an intimate look at the journey of the Johnson family, who secretly design and create lifelike, custom prosthetic nipples for those who have overcome their own cancer battles. The film is as heartwarming and humorous as it is inspiring, combining documentary footage, interviews, animation, and Johnson family home videos in a captivating narrative.

As a coming-of-age story set in a loving, yet strictly religious household, the documentary will be screened at the Barrymore Theatre on February 15th, followed by a panel discussion featuring representatives from Gilda’s Club Madison and film producer Jason Cohen. The event serves as a homecoming for Cohen, an Oscar-nominated producer who attended UW-Madison. With a deal in the works to bring the film to a streaming service this spring, “Mom and Dad’s Nipple Factory” tells the touching story of Brian Johnson, the mastermind who embarked on a mission to support his wife following her mastectomy.