Releasing in Australia - October 2020

The Girl on the Bridge

The story of a young woman with the weight of a generation on her shoulders. Having survived her own suicidal struggles Jazz Thornton is a mental health activist, fighting to change how society and the system are dealing with young people like her. Ultimately this is a film about hope. It’s a film about redemption. It’s a challenge to all of us to try to understand.

How this all started

Voices of Hope was Co-Founded by Jessica’s Tree director Jazz Thornton. The mental health charity aims to provide hope and provoke change through online content and story telling.
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The Girl on the Bridge is out now!

The Girl on the Bridge is available now for you to watch at Online Premieres. Digital passes last for 48 hours and can be purchased as Single, Double or Family passes so that you can share this important film with those closest to you.

Watch via Online Premieres

You will also be able to access the film to screen for your community group. Register your interest to see The Girl on the Bridge .

The film will also be in selected cinemas in Australia from October 14. See below for locations and times.

Watch The Girl on the Bridge
in Cinemas from October 14

FIND TIMES & TICKETS

Find a Cinema

Select a location below to find times and tickets.
Event Chermside
Event Garden City Mt Gravatt
Birch Carroll & Coyle Maroochydore Sunshine Plaza
Event Robina
Limelight Cinemas Ipswich
United Cinemas Eldorado
Event Bondi Junction
Event Castle Hill
Event Miranda
Metro Cinemas Bathurst
Metro Cinemas Lake Haven
Metro Cinemas Lake Haven
The Edge Cinema
United Narellan
United Warriewood
United Opera Quays
Village Albury
Village Hobart
Star Theatre Launceston
Metro 4 Cinemas Burnie
Event Marion
Wallis Mitcham
Wallis Mt Barker
Wallis Noarlunga
Wallis Piccadilly
Event Innaloo
Grand Cinemas Bunbury
Grand Cinema Warwick
United Cinemas Rockingam
Limelight Cinemas Tuggeranong

Support your company's mental health

We are also encouraging corporate screenings so that your business can use the film to support your company's commitment to mental health and staff development.
and we'll send further information to you very soon.

Helplines

If you are worried that someone is in immediate danger or your feel in danger yourself please call the police immediately, they are here to help. If you would like to access support and advice please go to the links here to access Australian helplines and international helplines.

Mindframe Briefing

We encourage you to view a two page document put together by Mindframe after they reviewed The Girl on the Bridge. This document highlights areas of the film that may be important to bring to your attention prior to watching the film. You can view this document here.

It's about building bridges... together.

Partnering with passionate people

As The Girl on the Bridge releases around Australia, we're looking to partner with passionate people. This is an important film and one we know can make a significant difference in lives. Connecting with this film and seeing it make an impact is something we can all do.

We welcome you partnering with The Girl on the Bridge film

Partnerships can be in all shapes and forms. It could be one incredibly passionate individual, a local group of friends, a national mental health organisation, a sporting club, a mum's group, a senior's group, schools, churches, local councils, advocates... the list really does go on and on.
for The Girl on the Bridge and lets begin to dream together..
Have you or someone around you been affected by suicide? Are you passionate about changing the way society sees mental health?

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