Posts from the ‘for bereaved parents’ Category
by Darcie Sims
I’m So Mad: Exploring the Angry Part of Grief
by The Compassionate Friends
Uploaded on Nov 11, 2010
An interview by Dr.John Gillis with Deborah Anthony, Author of Recapturing the Joy – A Journal for Bereaved Parents – Based on the life and experience of Deborah Anthony. Her NEW and revised website is Win Win Publishing
Uploaded by request of Deborah Anthony and for Deborah Anthony
Directors Guild of America Student Film Award
Student Academy Award Finalist, Best Documentary.
Best Documentary Short @ SENE Film Festival
Official Selection: Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Sehsüchte International Film Festival, Edinburgh Documentary Film Festival., Carmel Art & Film Festival, Hamptons Take 2 Doc Film Fest.
In 2002, filmmaker Jesse Feigelman took his life. Nine years later, Bill and Beverly, Jesse’s parents, reflect on the past and struggle to reconcile what they thought might have been, with their reality. After explores the unique experience of suicide loss and the interminable reverberations left in its wake.
“Above all else, the film is compelling. What’s moving to me is that it contains visuals worth all the other words in the film. Jeremy Cohan has turned out an extremely good effort.”
– Ira Wohl, director of BEST BOY, Academy Award Best Documentary Winner