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OUR FEATURE DOCUMENTARY NOW AVAILABLE ON LINE - FREE FOR THE NEXT SIX DAYS

Have you made a personal film that bares your soul and tells of stuff that most would keep to the privacy of their own thoughts ... having work in TV for over 25 years (100+ edit credits) I have now made a film about grief. (are you still reading?) specifically grief following the death of my son (please don't go). Last year we screened in 25+ cinemas throughout the UK (est audience figures 2000) - we are now releasing the film online (Amazon and Vimeo) and I'm not sure what my expectations are? I am very new to online publishing and I'm interested to hear of others experience ... were your concerns more about making a return on your production costs or getting your message to a wide audience? - how did you continue to engage with your viewers and keep the conversations going? - how useful is social media and how did you manage/collate/respond to your viewers and your community - and how soon did you move on on a new project?

For a limited period A LOVE THAT NEVER DIES is available for FREE - please see this link

thegoodgriefproject.co.uk/watch-a-love-t...