MAY / FULL RECOVERY?
Beautiful Something Left Behind
The Good Grief Counseling Center in New Jersey offers a holistic approach to grief. Its professionals help children who’ve recently lost their parents and close ones. Filmmaker Katrine Philp tells several of these stories. The clients of the centre learn to deal with their loss and live through grief with courage, sincerity, humour and love.
Katrine A. Sahlstrøm
Katrine Philp, Adam Morris Philp
Signe Rebekka Kaufmann
Good Company Pictures
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MAY / FULL RECOVERY? programme
Full Recovery? is the central topic of the 18th Docudays UA. The programme includes discussion and movies which will help us find ways to fight the faults and diseases of the system which have been exposed by the pandemic.
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