Still Loved

“Remarkable Candour” ★★★★
The Guardian

“Vital viewing” ★★★★★
Vulture Hound

Is it better to have loved and lost…?

Running time 77 mins
Certificate 12A

TV broadcast version 52 mins
See the Still Loved website for more information about this film.


“Brutal candour….bittersweet joy”
The Observer

“A brave, inclusive & important film for all”
The Daily Mirror


“Devastatingly accurate. Pulls no punches”
The Lancet

“Educating audiences on the importance of treating the subject with the action & compassion it deserves”
Little White Lies



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Team

Writer/Producer/Director – Debbie Howard
Producer – Colin Pons – Studio of the North
Producer – Polly Perkins
Editor – Joby Gee
Sound Re Recording Mixer – George Foulgham
Exec Producers – Lucy Paul/Ruth Pitt
Assistant Producer – Emily Axon
DoP – Emma  Dalesman
Sound Recordists – Grant Bridgeman/David Mitchell
Composer – Jack Ketch
Molinare – Post Production


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With thanks to our sponsors for their support:

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MJB Charitable Trust
The Jessica Mathers Trust
Tommy’s Baby Charity
Our Angels Babyloss Support Charity
The Lily Mae Foundation
Derby, Chesterfield and Bedforshire Sands
Vanessa Thatcher and Alice Jolly
Sheffield Town Trust


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Film Festival screenings:

iDocs – Beijing, China
Cork Film Festival, Cork, Ireland
Nevada Women’s Film Festival, Las Vegas
Wow Fest, Dubai, UAE
High Peak Independent Film Festival, UK
Doc Fest Sheffield, Market Player


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‘Amazing – beautifully paced and very moving.’
Amanda Goodman, BBC News

‘You can only be struck by the resilience the interviewees display, and the trust they place in Howard – repaid several times over by a work of commemoration that will also surely provide considerable consolation.’ 
Mike McCahill, The Guardian 

GFA 2017 NOMINEE(2)