Intimate documentary about bereavement screening in South West

PUBLISHED: 20:00 18 May 2018

A Love That Never Dies tells the story of bereaved parents. Picture: Beyond Good Media

A Love That Never Dies tells the story of bereaved parents. Picture: Beyond Good Media


An intimate documentary about the tragic loss of a child is coming to Bristol this weekend.

A Love That Never Dies will screen at The Watershed, in Harbourside, on Sunday at 2.30pm.

The film features the personal journey of two bereaved parents, Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds, coping with the loss of their son, Josh.

He was killed at the age of 22 in a road accident in South East Asia seven years ago.

A question and answer session with directors Jane and Jimmy and special guest Alice Jolly, author of Dead Babies And Seaside Towns, will follow the screening.

In the film Jane and Jimmy travel to Vietnam, the place where Josh died, and America, where they meet other grieving parents.

A Love That Never Dies will play at The Watershed on Sunday.

Tickets, priced £5-8, can be purchased on or 01179 275100.

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