Life:Moving is a collaboration between academics, a filmmaker and John Taylor Hospice. The remarkable films that were produced by the project’s participants were shown as part of an exhibition at St Barnabas in Erdington on the 28th and 29th April 2017. The exhibition, like the research that underpins it, explores the power of film to communicate the meaningful and honest experiences of those affected by terminal illness.
Huge thanks go to the participants, their families and friends and all those who supported the project. Its effects will be felt for some time to come as we bring the films and the ‘findings’ to new audiences. For news of where the films will next be screened, please visit the upcoming events page. You can also access a sample of the films .For more information about the project, see our about page.
Life:Moving Onwards: thanks to Follow on Funding from the AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council), Michele Aaron shared the films with various Palliative Care conferences and communities in Uganda and Rwanda in September 2019, and in Australia in October 2019. For more information, and a blog on some of the highlights of the trip, visit the previous events page.