A Film by Jimmy Edmonds and Jane Harris

A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES is a personal journey by the founders of The Good Grief Project, Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds, who describe it as a love letter to their son Josh.

Josh died in a road accident in South East Asia in 2011 and they now honour him with their own journeys: to Vietnam and 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.

For home viewing, you can watch A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES on both Amazon and Vimeo from anywhere in the world. See below for details.

If you’d like to screen any of our films at a public event, please do get in touch and we’ll be happy to discuss your options.

How to Watch A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES - home viewing

For home viewing, you have three options to view A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES depending on your location – either on Amazon or Vimeo.

Cert : 12a Running time: 75 MINS

Watch on Amazon UK

For viewing from the UK

Watch on Amazon US

For viewing from the USA

Watch on Vimeo

For viewing anywhere

How to Watch our filmS - training, educational and group screenings

We have special community and educational licences that you must buy if you want to show EITHER OF OUR FILMS  in a group screening.

There are two hire rates – one for ticketed and one for free community screenings. Please call us (+44 (0)7808 472 885) or email info@thegoodgriefproject.co.uk to discuss your options.

Depending on availability, the film directors can attend your screening to discuss the impact of the film with your audience.


Film projects like A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES and BEYOND THE MASK have substantial production costs which won’t be covered by our income.

If you value the work we do please consider a donation to help us develop THE GOOD GRIEF PROJECT as one of the best resources for bereaved families everywhere.

Thank you for your support.

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