Good Grief

“Good Grief,” a short film written by Areeta Asgharzadeh and Ellis J. Sutton, brings comedy to an experience many of us face: the five stages of grief. This story takes place at a funeral, where a young girl undergoes various forms of loss at the same time. As she navigates her relationship with these emotions, a guiding voice within her, Grief, helps her develop a deeper relationship with herself.

This film is intended to bring a lighthearted approach to how we deal with loss. Though this process is universally challenging, everyone’s relationship with it is unique. We want to shed light onto this moment by reminding everyone that grief is there to be our friend who moves us forward, not hold us back.