Holding Space

Holding Space is an intimate, observational documentary about preparing for death, told through the connection between a dying person and their end of life doula. Structured around a series of conversations, the film finds both poetry and unexpected humour in this most universal of experiences. By witnessing three people on the threshold between life and death, the film asks: if you knew you were dying, how would you prepare to let go?


Director Bio

Rebecca is a self-shooting director and editor, and founder of mote of dust films. Whilst making multi award-winning feature documentary Something You Can Call Home she was a founding Artist in Residence at Cucalorus Film Festival (North Carolina) where she is now a Programmer and Ambassador.

Info

  • Directed by:Rebecca Kenyon
  • Produced by:Rachael Swindale
  • Runtime:10 mins
  • Completion Date:April 26, 2018
  • Country of Origin:United Kingdom
  • Category:Non-Fiction
  • Selection:Opening Night / Group 5
  • Screening Time:Thu 15th - Bog Lane Theatre - 6:05-7:05pm
  • Links: Website

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