JOLLY FRIENDS FOREVER MORE

A homeless man’s life lights up when he’s befriended by a mysterious little girl who can appear and disappear at will...


JOLLY FRIENDS FOREVER MORE was supported by Cinereach and the REACH Film Fellowship, an annual program that supports emerging filmmakers.  In keeping with the Cinereach mission to support artful, socially relevant work, the film is an exploration of public perceptions of homelessness and mental illness.


The film was released online on May 2, 2012 in conjunction with a write up in the Huffington Post by Culture Collective founder and director, Jacob Devaney. Click on the link below to read his fascinating take on the film.


  




Watch the full film, below.




JFFM FEST NEWS:

JOLLY FRIENDS had it’s World Premiere at the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival in Newfoundland, Canada on October 22, 2011

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