‘Losing Grace Finding Hope’ to Premier in Dallas

Losing Grace Finding Hope, a documentary that seeks to spread awareness about the growing epidemic of suicide by shining a light on the loved ones left behind, will have its Texas premier at the Dallas International Film Festival at the end of April.

The film is scheduled for two showings at 6 p.m. on April 30 and at 4 p.m. on May 2 at the Violet Crowne Cinema in the West Village. Both shows have already sold out, but guests who arrive early may be able to obtain waitlist tickets. Please visit diff2024.eventive.org for more information. 

Losing Grace Finding Hope documents the journey of the family of Grace Loncar, who was 16 when she took her own life on Nov. 26, 2016. The film was commissioned by The Grace Loncar Foundation. The documentary’s director and producer is Dallas resident Marcia Carroll. 

Grace’s mother, Sue Loncar, who is founder and CEO of The Grace Loncar Foundation, executive produced the documentary. “The most I can do is try to give purpose to my pain, and purpose to her death, and make her life count,” she says in the film, a two-year project that was completed in January 2024.

Losing Grace Finding Hope had its World Premiere at Greenwich International Film Festival last month, where it is currently up for a $10,000 Social Impact Award.

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