Limited copies of the DVD are available directly from the filmmakers.

35 letters DVD

To purchase a copy of the award winning documentary “35 Letters” direct from the film makers please email Janine: janinehosking@bigpond.com

A moving film which highlights the issues of the Voluntary Euthanasia debate – a very personal story. Have the tissues at the ready.

About The Film:

This is the story of an ordinary life with an extraordinary ending Angelique Flowers was the girl next door; the daughter, the sister, the aunty, the student. She loved the Bronte sisters and Shakespeare. She posed for photographs on Oscar Wildes’ tombstone. She baked scones. She watched the Biggest Loser. An aspiring writer, Angelique planned to write a novel. She wrote letters to her sister Michelle who lives in Canada. She wrote a total of 35 letters to mark Michelle’s 35th birthday; a birthday she subconsciously knew she would never be able to share with her. This is a story we share with you, of simple things: of the joy freshly baked biscuits hot from the oven, of clouds, of dreams and family birthdays, of song lyrics that make you laugh, make you cry, of hope and of the joy of the every day. Angelique alludes to her ill health, she never dwells on it. If you blink you miss the clues….blink again her life is over.

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Simon Fraser University’s Woodwards Cultural Unit with Reel Causes.org and the British Columbia Civil Liberties Assoc (BCLA) has invited 35 Letters to screen in  Vancouver, Canada.
When: Wed, March 11, 2015. 7:00 PM
Where: Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings St. Vancouver.

 

For more information about the screening please see this link:  http://www.sfu.ca/sfuwoodwards/events/events1/2014-205-spring/35lettersscreening.html

 

If you live in this part of the world don’t miss this opportunity to see our award winning film.

 

 

Last night 35 Letters won the Best Biography category at the 2014 IPAF ATOM Awards.  Congratulations and thanks to all involved in making this remarkable film.

We are also pleased that early next year ATOM will publish a study guide for schools to be distributed with the film, thus ensuring that Angelique’s words continue to make an enduring impact. Thank you ATOM.

 

 

If you are going to be in Sydney on Sunday 7th December and are interested in seeing our film 35 Letters, the Museum of Sydney will be hosting a screening at the following time:

SUNDAY 7 DECEMBER 2014 11AM–1PM

MUSEUM OF SYDNEY

CNR PHILLIP AND BRIDGE STREETS,

SYDNEY, NSW 2000

MUSEUM: 02 9251 5988

Bookings are essential.

The screening will be followed by a Q & A with award wining film maker Janine Hosking.

For more at   http://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/events/35-letters