A Love that Never Dies

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A Love that Never Dies

Mother sitting with picture of her child - A Love That Never Dies
  • March 1, 2019
    7:00 pm - 8:45 pm

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES (12a) is a personal journey by two bereaved parents Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds and a love letter to their son Josh who died in a road accident in South East Asia seven years ago.  They now honour him with their own journeys: to Vietnam the place where he died, to Varanasi, India and a road trip across the USA, where they meet with other families who have also lost a child, all of whom have found grief variously isolating, transformative yet ultimately life enhancing.

There will be a Q&A session after the film with Jane and Jimmy.





Q&A 8.15pm (for around 30 mins)

Director, Cinematographer & Editor, Jimmy Edmonds said: “As a filmmaker, A Love That Never Dies has been the hardest project I’ve ever worked on. As a bereaved dad, it has probably saved my life”.

Co-Director and Producer, Jane Harris said: “We wanted to give a voice to grief that is not maudlin or morbid but full of hope and resilience”

“This film will change the way the world sees grief.  It lifts the veil on something that impacts us all, in one way or another, throughout our lives.” Scarlett Lewis (Mother of Sandy Hook victim)

“Beautifully made, poetic in its grace, deeply moving and inspiring” Roger Graef (Documentary film maker)

“Tender and uplifting.  Raw and real” Kathryn Mannix (author With The End in Mind)

 “Fearless in its exploration of grief and loss” Eleanor McConnell  (Dying Matters/Hospice UK)

 “Seering honesty.  Fantastic film. Just love what you are doing” Louise Minchin (presenter BBC Breakfast Show)

 “A most sensitive and profound portrayal of family bereavement” Barbara and Michael Wilson (The Psychologist Magazine)

 “Masterful –  essential viewing for anyone trying to rebuild their lives after tragedy” Prof Robert Neimeyer (Dept Psychology University of Memphis)

There is parking on site.

If you like this event you may also be interested in coming along to some other events as part of our Life, Death (and the Rest) festival, 28th Feb – 3rd March 2019.

Tickets: We regret that we cannot exchange, refund or transfer tickets unless the event in question has been cancelled or rescheduled by Arnos Vale. If the event is cancelled you will be notified by email.

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