The following screenings are all online so you can register from anywhere in the world. Join us from the comfort of your own sofa to watch the film and add your voice to the discussions. The film is 75 minutes and we normally allow 30 minutes for the Q&A afterwards.

12th November: On line screening 4.00 – 6.00 pm EST (9.00 – 11.00 pm GMT)

The Centre for Complicated Grief, New York. Hosted by Dr Katherine Shear

The Centre for Complicated Grief is part of Columbia University (NY) and is dedicated to the research, training and collaboration that can improve the lives of people suffering from complicated grief. This is an online screening open to all and followed by a conversation between Dr Shear and the two of us.

The event is FREE and you can register here.

21st November: Online screening with live Q&A.  Starts 8.00 pm 
Charity fundraising event streamed directly from The Sundial Theatre, Cirencester

This is fundraising event in aid of Children with Cancer and our Active Grief programme. We are presenting this with our good friends Liam and Deirdre Nolan whose daughter Laoise died in 2016 aged 9 following 8 years of treatment for leukaemia. All four of us will be in the theatre for the Q&A after the screening. Tickets start at £10.00 with suggested donations. All proceeds will be split 50/50 between the two charities. We are very grateful to the Sundial for sponsoring this screening.
Buy tickets and register here.

3rd December: online screening 7.00 pm
as part of Grief Awareness Week #NGAW20 presented by
Death Positive Libraries in association with The Good Grief Project.

Death Positive Libraries is an online film and book club with a difference. A collaboration between Redbridge, Kirklees and Newcastle Libraries its also part of a larger research project in collaboration with Northumbria University. ‘Love After Death: Tickets for the Afterlife’ explores the idea of using libraries as safe and trusted spaces to start supportive conversations about death, dying and loss.This is an online only screening presented by Gary (the Scribbler) Andrews, artist, animator, the man behind A Doodleaday and author of Finding Joy, an illustrated tribute to his wife Joy who died from sepsis in 2017. We will both be in conversation with Gary following the screening.

This is a FREE event, OPEN TO ALL. You can REGISTER HERE.

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES – Organise your own online screening

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES continues to be available for ON LlNE presentations via the ZOOM video conferencing platform followed by question and answer discussions with us, the filmakers.Some comments from recent online screenings:

“Refreshing real raw and honest.”

“An amazing insight into grief.”

“This film was truly remarkable, beautifully  filmed and edited touching subjects which we find hard to talk about.”

“A huge thank you to Jane and Jimmy for their honesty, and for the emotional journey you’ve taken us on.”

If this is something you or your organisation would liked to arrange, please email us  at info@thegoodgriefproject.co.uk 


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