Still Loved explores the complexity and reality for families surviving baby loss. Giving an unexpected voice to bereaved fathers, who speak candidly for the first time providing an additional perspective to that offered by mothers, grandparents and siblings. This is a brave, inclusive and ultimately life affirming film, for anyone that has ever, or will ever, lose someone they love.
★★★★ 'Remarkable candour' The Guardian
★★★★★ 'Vital Viewing' Vulture Hound
You can now buy the DVD with an Educational License which gives you permission to hold your own screenings as often as you wish.
If you would like to purchase a copy of the film, or to find out more about it, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
'Devastatingly accurate. Pulls no punches' The Lancet
'Brutal candour....bittersweet joy' The Observer
'A brave, inclusive and important film for all' The Mirror
'Treating the subject with the action & compassion it deserves.' Little White Lies
Still Loved was long listed for the Discovery Award at the British Independent Film Awards 2017. It won Best Documentary at High Peak Film Festival, and Award of Excellence at the Impact Doc Awards and screened at film festivals worldwide. There was a special screening for MP’s in the House of Commons with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Baby Loss with an incredible response from MP’s.
For anyone wanting to purchase the film for private use the film is available for £15.00 in our shop.
Dr Alexander Heazell, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Clinical Director of the Tommy's Stillbirth Research Centre
This is an excellent film that should be compulsory public viewing. Congratulations to the Still Loved team on a job well done."
Margaret Murphy, University College Cork, Ireland
"I thought your film was amazing - beautifully paced and very moving."
Amanda Goodman, BBC News.
"A fantastic movie with very important educational aspects. As a nursing student, I see the importance of how these situations are handled. A positive experience is imperative where as a negative experience resonates with the family forever and lengthens the healing time. I think it should be shown to all student of each discipline."
Jenna Kelly, Ireland
"I just wanted to let you know that we have just purchased the film for educational purposes and we are very privileged and excited to bring the film to the U.S. We are preparing to show the film as a free screening on our sweet Mollies first birthday to our community. We are also working together with our hospital and many others in our area to show the film to staff and students to raise awareness and educate to better care for and understand bereaved families after the loss of their precious babies. I just wanted to thank you, for giving us this beautiful honest film and also bringing awareness to such a stigmatized taboo subject.”
Mahnie Smith, Parent, USA.
"This is one of the most neglected, marginalised, stigmatised issues in global health today. We simply don't talk about stillbirths."
Richard Horton, Editor in Chief, The Lancet.