If it is possible to have a good death then it should be possible to have good after-death care. Rehana Rose’s life-affirming documentary follows a group of women in Brighton who have been “giving death back to people” over the past twenty years. Opposed to the secrecy and expense of the traditional funeral industry, they help the bereaved to be involved with the preparation of their loved one’s body and create bespoke funeral arrangements that are meaningful and personal to the deceased. A sensitive, moving perspective on matters of life and death. Running time 1h15m

 


“This is an unbelievably timely and important film. It is beautifully crafted, so comforting as well as moving and gives the wisdom forth so simply and compellingly. Everyone should see this.” Dame Emma Thompson



Book tickets for the film here

Further information about the film


EVENT SCHEDULE

Tuesday 26th February

18:30 Pre-screening supper at Saramago Café, CCA, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Come and meet folks who think this matters. Preferably contact us to book a place or just come along on the night and look for the daisy!

20:30 Dead Good Film screening  at CCA, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Book here.

Wednesday 27th February

DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON

13:15 Dead Good Film screening at CCA, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Book here.

14:45 Whose Funeral Is It Anyway ? Back Bar, CCA, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.  What do you think happens in Scotland today ? Is it okay ? Meet up with folks who think it matters.FREE TO ATTEND


 

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