R.I.P.: Teens Coping with Death

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R.I.P.: Teens Coping with Death
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Teen filmmakers document the experiences of nine young people, ages fifteen to eighteen, who have lost a loved one.

"Doing this project helped me in my personal life."

"We have done something worthwhile."

"There should be more opportunities like this for young people."

"I am proud to be a part of this project, it has given me some direction for what I would like to do in the future and I am grateful."

Produced by seven DCTV students during the summer of 1999, R.I.P.: Teens Coping with Death is a documentary about teenagers and how they deal with death. The project, which was made possible by a grant from the Open Society Institute's Youth Initiative Program and the Project on Death in America, documents the experiences of nine people, ages fifteen to eighteen, who have lost a loved one. They share their feelings, the changes they went through, and how they are coping.

R.I.P.: Teens Coping with Death helps to inform other teens that they are not alone in their pain.

Release Date: 
1999

Credits

Produced through DCTV's ProTV Youth Media Training Program
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