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Film followed by Q&A with Eve Ash.

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Eve Ash

Eve Ash is an Australian psychologist, film producer and international speaker. She is an expert in human behaviour – leadership, communication, relationships and justice. Eve founded Seven Dimensions, producing over 700 comedy, drama and interview style videos, TV shows and feature documentaries including the hilarious LA-business-based Cutting Edge Communication Comedy Series. Eve has won an Australian Businesswoman of the Year award, and over 170 film awards. Her two books, Rewrite Your Life! and Rewrite Your Relationships! are published by Penguin Books.

Eve produced, directed and starred in a 6-part TV series, Undercurrent: True Murder Investigation about the wrongful conviction of Sue Neill-Fraser, now released worldwide on tubi. Her latest documentary is the award-winning Man on The Bus about her investigation into her parents’ holocaust experiences, and the unravelling of her mother’s secret double life which upended her own life. The film has won numerous awards including a Remy Award, WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, an audience award at the Jewish International Film Festival and several Accolade Global and IndieFest awards. Eve is now producing a 4-part TV series of Man on the Bus.

Films screening at this event

Man on the Bus

Director
Eve Ash
Country
Australia, Belgium, Ukraine
Year
2019
Duration
84 min

UK Premiere 

Born in Melbourne in 1951, filmmaker and psychotherapist Eve Ash had a secure and loving suburban childhood. Her parents were both Polish Holocaust survivors who arrived in Australia after the war with their first daughter Helen. Despite their traumatic experience, they loved life, their daughters – and each other. It was only after the death of both her parents that an inkling she had had for years turned out to be true: Eve’s biological father was not the man who raised her but a charming non-Jewish man named Dixie with whom Eve’s mother had a 15-year affair. As she uncovers the shocking truth and meets her many new half-siblings and the now elderly Dixie, Eve re-evaluates everything she has ever thought she knew about her family – and herself.

Film followed by Q&A with Eve Ash. 

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