PRESS

PRESS 2018-06-16T11:05:36+00:00

Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds

talk  to Kat Orman about

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES

BBC Radio Oxford 12th June 

Jane Harris

talks about

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES

with Jennie Murray

BBC Radio 4 Women’s Hour 18th May

Learning to live with the loss of your child

ANNE JOSEPH

Jewish Chronicle 17th May 2018

‘Death is shrouded in silence and we wanted to normalise a very abnormal situation …’

Directors

Jimmy Edmonds and Jane Harris

talk about

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES

with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin

BBC BREAKFAST SHOW 8TH MAY 2018

WATCH HERE ….

‘Sometimes, the greatest fear is when everyone stops talking about her or him, as if they never existed.’

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES – a review

A most sensitive and profound portrayal

BARBARA AND MICHAEL WILSON

The Psychologist May 2018 

On rare occasions a work of art is produced that inspires an audience to recognise that human beings belong to one great family…. a brilliant road movie in the best American tradition

The Big Picture

Opening the door on grief

British Medical Journal 17th March 2018

When Kelly Anglin’s son died aged 14, she was loath to disturb anything in his room and when documentary film makers visited a year later nothing had changed.

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A Love That Never Dies

    A tender and moving pilgrimage of two grieving parents.

The Wee Review  

There is something shocking and yet therapeutic about this film: it is as straightforward and as honest as it could possibly be. In the realisation that tiptoeing around the truth and pain does not help, the directors make the decision of digging deep into their and other’s grief, with understanding, delicacy, and frankness.

How to take control of death

Annalisa  Barbieri

The Guardian 6th Jan 2018

We plan for births, but fail to take full charge with deaths. Annalisa Barbieri meets the families who are building coffins, cancelling the hearses and creating highly personalised funeral services – before, sadly, putting her new knowledge to use

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES – a review

Judith Gunn

Good On Paper March 2017

The last time I saw Josh Edmonds, was outside Vue Cinema in Stroud, it was cold and we were going to different films so we chatted in the queue. On March 16th at 7.30pm, Josh will be back at Vue Cinema, only this time in spirit, because Josh died in a road accident in Vietnam six years ago. He was twenty two. He left behind his parents, a brother and sister and many, many friends. A Love That Never Dies is a film inspired by Josh’s life, his death and the trauma of the loss of a child.

Launch of The Good Grief Project

Inside Palliative Care

Autumn 2016

The Good Grief Project is a newly formed bereavement charity dedicated to an understanding grief as an active and creative process – we discover how it came about.

Exploring Grief with Photography

Bereavement Care

August 2015

As a filmmaker and a psychological therapist, Jimmy Edmonds and Jane Harris explore both artistic and therapeutic responses to the grief they now experience. In this article Jane and Jimmy introduce just some of the projects they have been involved with since Josh’s death.

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RELEASED

Jimmy Edmonds

July 2011

In early 2011, Jimmy Edmonds’ son was killed in a road accident while traveling in SE Asia. From personal tragedy he has created a moving and insightful book that reflects the way we use photographs in the process of mourning. It is also an exploration of the nature of photography itself. The “chaos of meaning” that Edmonds discovers lying at the heart of photography, mirrors almost exactly his own confusion surrounding the death of his son. Rarely have photography and poetry come together with such force.

All media enquiries please call 07815 195 049 or email info@thegoodgriefproject.co.uk

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES is represented by ALEX ROWLEY. 

For media enquiries about the film please  email alex.rowley@ar-pr.co.uk