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About The Star

NAME: Connie Boglis

PROFESSION: Counsellor, Youth Worker and Author

BIO: Connie Boglis is a passionate Counsellor, Youth Worker and Author who has turned her personal adversity into a positive platform for mental health reform and in November of 2019 acknowledged by Prime Minister Scott Morrison as a finalist in The Australian Mental Health Prize. In 2017, Connie tragically lost her former partner, Afghanistan Veteran Jesse Bird, to mental illness. She took her grief and advocated for change within the Department of Veterans Affairs with a focus on improved transitional assistance for veterans and the need to acknowledge the role families play.

LINK: https://www.connieboglis.com/

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About The Film

Synopsis:

Jesse returned to civilian life, with nothing. Struggling to transfer his skills that he learned in the army into meaningful work, he was rejected because of his PTSD, alcohol dependence, anxiety and depression. On June 27th, 2017, feeling left behind by a failing system Jesse's life took a tragic turn.

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Crew:

Production - INSPIREFLIX
Producer - Gabor Kukucska
Cinematographer - Janos Zoltan
Editor - Janos Zoltan
Consultant - Ivan Gaal

Cast:

Connie Boglis
Jesse Bird
Karen
John
Patrick McGorry

Music:

W.A.R. (piani improvisation) by Nilö
In Benevolence (with Lucentia) by Spheriá
Rich the KidLofi Type Beat by Myst

Awards:

About The Star

NAME: Connie Boglis

PROFESSION: Counsellor, Youth Worker and Author

BIO: Connie Boglis is a passionate Counsellor, Youth Worker and Author who has turned her personal adversity into a positive platform for mental health reform and in November of 2019 acknowledged by Prime Minister Scott Morrison as a finalist in The Australian Mental Health Prize. In 2017, Connie tragically lost her former partner, Afghanistan Veteran Jesse Bird, to mental illness. She took her grief and advocated for change within the Department of Veterans Affairs with a focus on improved transitional assistance for veterans and the need to acknowledge the role families play.

LINK: https://www.connieboglis.com/

About The Film

Synopsis:

Jesse returned to civilian life, with nothing. Struggling to transfer his skills that he learned in the army into meaningful work, he was rejected because of his PTSD, alcohol dependence, anxiety and depression. On June 27th, 2017, feeling left behind by a failing system Jesse's life took a tragic turn.

Crew:

Production - INSPIREFLIX
Producer - Gabor Kukucska
Cinematographer - Janos Zoltan
Editor - Janos Zoltan
Consultant - Ivan Gaal

Cast:

Connie Boglis
Jesse Bird
Karen
John
Patrick McGorry

Music:

W.A.R. (piani improvisation) by Nilö
In Benevolence (with Lucentia) by Spheriá
Rich the KidLofi Type Beat by Myst

Awards:

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