Facilitator

Facilitator Jimmy Edmonds

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Filmmaker, editor and photographer Jimmy Edmonds is a Winston Churchill Fellow and BAFTA award-winning filmmaker. He has several critically acclaimed documentaries to his name.

Jimmy’s life changed forever when he lost his 22-year-old son, Joshua, in 2011. Alongside his wife, fellow filmmaker Jane Harris, Jimmy co-founded and runs The Good Grief Project, which makes inspirational and uplifting films about grief and seeks to help others find creative expressions of their own grief.

Their 2017 film, A Love That Never Dies, is both an adventure story, a quest for answers and a love letter to their son.

 

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