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About The Hero

Name: Jas Rawlinson
Profession: Author
Bio: Jas believes we all have a story to share, and that through every tough time, we can all dig deep and find our 'Reasons to Live.'

Audience Reviews

6 votes on “Reasons To Live”

  1. Thanks for bring light to this topic and the message of hope. Sharing your story will help others have the courage to reach out and heal from their trauma.

  2. This is an evocative film for me, the powerless child, the difficulty of remembering good memories of childhood. The difficulty/stigma of speaking out. But the hope in the resolution shares hope.

  3. I worked in the Mental Health field for over 10 years. I worked with both adults and children populations. I think that raising awareness of the issues that people face on a day to day basis is sobering and empowering. For some the reality of living with the stigma of their diagnosis can be crippling. For others this is their motivation to learn skills, and find resources for their survival.

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About The Film

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Release Date:
03/06/2019
Chapter:
Brisbane - Australia
Synopsis:
As a child growing up in a home with family violence, Brisbane author Jas Rawlinson often felt alone, fearful, and uncertain. After struggling through her teens, losing her dad to suicide, and then experiencing sexual assault at age 20, she fell deeper and deeper into depression. Often, suicide felt like the only way out. But in the back of her mind, there was a small flicker of hope; a desire to one day help others so that they didn’t have to suffer the same traumas alone. Slowly, Jas began to regain control of her life, and explore her passions, eventually becoming a freelance journalist, the founder of Brisbane's first domestic violence memorial, and the author of the suicide prevention book 'Reasons to Live One More Day, Every Day.'
Crew:
INSPIREFLIX - Production Company
N.A. - Partner
Gabor Kukucska - Producer
Gabor Kukucska - Cinematographer
Eds Lamdagan - Editor
Cast:
Jas Rawlinson
Chris
Robyn
Steph
Music:
Our Path On Shore by Spheriá
Autumn Kisses by Spheriá
Don’t Forget Me – Spheriá
Otjánbird Pt. III by Spheriá
Fly – AShamaleuvMusic
Acoustic – AShamaleuvMusic

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About The Hero

Name: Jas Rawlinson
Profession: Author
Bio: Jas believes we all have a story to share, and that through every tough time, we can all dig deep and find our 'Reasons to Live.'

Audience Reviews

6 votes on “Reasons To Live”

  1. Thanks for bring light to this topic and the message of hope. Sharing your story will help others have the courage to reach out and heal from their trauma.

  2. This is an evocative film for me, the powerless child, the difficulty of remembering good memories of childhood. The difficulty/stigma of speaking out. But the hope in the resolution shares hope.

  3. I worked in the Mental Health field for over 10 years. I worked with both adults and children populations. I think that raising awareness of the issues that people face on a day to day basis is sobering and empowering. For some the reality of living with the stigma of their diagnosis can be crippling. For others this is their motivation to learn skills, and find resources for their survival.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About The Film

Tags:
Release Date:
03/06/2019
Chapter:
Brisbane - Australia
Categories:
Synopsis:
As a child growing up in a home with family violence, Brisbane author Jas Rawlinson often felt alone, fearful, and uncertain. After struggling through her teens, losing her dad to suicide, and then experiencing sexual assault at age 20, she fell deeper and deeper into depression. Often, suicide felt like the only way out. But in the back of her mind, there was a small flicker of hope; a desire to one day help others so that they didn’t have to suffer the same traumas alone. Slowly, Jas began to regain control of her life, and explore her passions, eventually becoming a freelance journalist, the founder of Brisbane's first domestic violence memorial, and the author of the suicide prevention book 'Reasons to Live One More Day, Every Day.'
Crew:
INSPIREFLIX - Production Company
N.A. - Partner
Gabor Kukucska - Producer
Gabor Kukucska - Cinematographer
Eds Lamdagan - Editor
Cast:
Jas Rawlinson
Chris
Robyn
Steph
Music:
Our Path On Shore by Spheriá
Autumn Kisses by Spheriá
Don’t Forget Me – Spheriá
Otjánbird Pt. III by Spheriá
Fly – AShamaleuvMusic
Acoustic – AShamaleuvMusic

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