Still Loved to Show in London for Baby Loss Awareness Month – The London Economic

Still Loved to Show in London for Baby Loss Awareness Month

The powerful documentary Still Loved is set to be shown in London at the end of the month to coincide with Baby Loss Awareness Month which runs throughout October.

The film has been released in an effort to break the stigma that surrounds the death of a baby, which remains hidden from society and shamefully un-discussed.

Each year in the UK over 5,000 parents leave hospital without their baby. One in four pregnancies end in a loss.

Still Loved overcomes this silence by showing parents’ stories of stillbirth and by providing an accessible, original and profound insight into the effects of the death of a baby, brilliantly giving a voice to all those affected from bereaved mothers to often-overlooked fathers, many of whom open up about their experience for the first time ever on camera.

This is a brave, inclusive and important film for all, not just those with first-hand experience of baby loss.

Catch the film at The Picturehouse Central London on 24th October at 6:30pm, or at The Picturehouse Crouch End on 30th October at 8:00pm.

Still Loved 2 min trailer from Big Buddha Films on Vimeo.

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