“During the government debate there was a moving moment when Deputy Graham McKinley, after announcing he had seen the Fatal Flaws film on Alderney, and how moved he was by it, bravely explained why he was abandoning the Requete.” – Dr. Carmen Wheatley, Executive Director, Assisted Living, Guernsey (UK) I had always hoped this film would be… Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce our premiere screening in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 8! The night will also feature a roundtable discussion following the film. Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/fatal-flaws-premiere-screening-… 7PM SCREENING ‘FATAL FLAWS” “Are laws allowing euthanasia and assisted suicide leading society down a dangerous path?” Over the past two years, filmmaker Kevin Dunn… Continue Reading
Last night, the CBC (Canada’s public broadcaster) aired a mini-doc about an assisted suicide party. It ended with (audio of) the doctor giving patient Nancy Vickers a lethal injection under the provisions of Canada’s “Medical Aid in Dying” law”. Nancy had Parkinson’s disease. Two years ago this doctor could have been charged with homicide… Continue Reading
– – Today we launch the fundraising campaign for our new film Fatal Flaws. Over the past two years, my crew and I have logged over 50,000 kms in the air and on the road to ask one of the most fundamental philosophical questions of our time. Should we be giving doctors – or anyone… Continue Reading
For the past two years, my crew and I have travelled to Belgium, The Netherlands, Canada and the USA to explore the impact euthanasia and assisted suicide laws have on families and society – for a new film called “Fatal Flaws” which we hope to release in the spring of 2018. It’s been an incredible… Continue Reading
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