★★★★ The Guardian "Remarkable Candour"
★★★★★ Vulture Hound "Vital viewing"
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
Winner: 'Best Documentary' - High Peak Independent Film Festival 2017
There are several ways you can watch Still Loved
For private use
Stream from Vimeo £3.99
Buy the DVD in our shop £14.99
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For training/educational purposes/group screenings
Book a special group screening anywhere near you on Pop Up cinema
Buy the DVD with Educational License £185
The Educational License means you can use the film for as long and as often as you wish. The price includes both the full version of the film and a 52 minute version which is useful for a one hour lecture/workshop plus 3 Q&A's. If you wish to discuss buying the Educational License please email us at email@example.com
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We often get messages from those that have purchased Still Loved around the world. This is one of them. It's so great to know what an impact this film makes.
"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 US.
We are preparing to show the film as a free screening on our sweet Mollies first birthday to our community. Also exciting 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. This makes me very proud that we can do this.
I just wanted to thank you, for giving us this beautiful honest film that is allowing us to honor our darling Mollie whilst also bringing awareness to such a stigmatized taboo subject.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart."