One Last Hug and a Few Smooches: Three Days at Grief Camp
Documentary One Last Hug Explores Grief & Healing at a Kids' Summer Camp
Irene Taylor Brodsky's diverse films have earned her numerous awards, including an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Short for The Final Inch
(2009) and a Peabody Award for Hear and Now
(2007). Her latest film, One Last Hug
, is an unflinching documentary short film set at Camp Erin, a sleepover summer camp where grieving children of all ethnicities find comfort in one another to deal with their pain. Under the guidance of grief professionals, kids learn that their feelings are normal -- and that by talking about them, they can begin to heal. The film is preceded by Brodsky's The Final Inch
, which follows the massive -- and yet highly personalized -- mission to eradicate polio from the planet.
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The Final Inch: 38 minutes
One Last Hug and a Few Smooches: Three Days at Grief Camp: 36 minutes
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