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"So well done. I think you tackled the conflicts, wishes and fears surrounding death in an extremely sensitive way... I would recommend it to almost everyone. It would open up a discussion regarding a subject no one really wants to talk about, yet we deal with it."—Teresa, MS, C-ANP, College of Nursing and Public Health

"I was captivated by it."—Diane, Nurse Practitioner

"A thought provoking film. Thank you for your art."—Stephen, PhD, MSN, ARNP, FNP-C, College of Nursing

"I think you did a beautiful job on this film"... "it was shot beautifully and told a cohesive and important story."—Julie, MSN, RN, College of Nursing and Health Sciences

"Very meaningful work."—Holly, RN, PhD, Faculty of Health, School of Nursing

"I have such mixed emotions. I can definitely see using this in a classroom setting. It is a tremendous film to use related to ethical issues, caregiver burnout and end of life decisions."—Debra, RN, PhD, Nursing Faculty

"Amazing work"... "This has the potential to change lives."—June, RN, PhD, College of Nursing

"Powerful on many levels."—Michael, PhD, School of Nursing

"So well done. I think you tackled the conflicts, wishes and fears surrounding death in an extremely sensitive way... I would recommend it to almost everyone. It would open up a discussion regarding a subject no one really wants to talk about, yet we deal with it."—Teresa, MS, C-ANP, College of Nursing and Public Health

"I was captivated by it."—Diane, Nurse Practitioner

"A thought provoking film. Thank you for your art."—Stephen, PhD, MSN, ARNP, FNP-C, College of Nursing

"I think you did a beautiful job on this film"... "it was shot beautifully and told a cohesive and important story."—Julie, MSN, RN, College of Nursing and Health Sciences

"Very meaningful work."—Holly, RN, PhD, Faculty of Health, School of Nursing

"I have such mixed emotions. I can definitely see using this in a classroom setting. It is a tremendous film to use related to ethical issues, caregiver burnout and end of life decisions."—Debra, RN, PhD, Nursing Faculty

Hold Me is funded by your donations

Please donate a ticket price of your choosing to help support the artists and volunteers who made this film possible. Even a donation as small as two dollars helps tremendously.

Story Behind Hold Me

Writer/Director Teace Snyder discusses the motivation for the film Hold Me. Touching on issues of end of life, compassion fatigue, doctor assisted dying and more, Hold Me is a film that encourages us to open up and talk about our grief in order to heal.

Hold Me is a 'pay what you want' film. Please donate to support the artists.

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Soundtrack

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Panel Discussion

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Interview

Interview with Teace Snyder, the director of Hold Me, at the Finnish film festival Artists And Aliens on 20th August 2017

Interview with Teace Snyder, the director of Hold Me, at the Finnish film festival Artists And Aliens on 20th August 2017.

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Movie Poster

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Press Kit

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