Euthanasia documentary Fade to Black to screen in Canberra

CLIENT: DEMAND.FILM
OUTLET: CANBERRA TIMES

 After receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis in early 2014, Peter Short spent his final months campaigning for law reform to allow him to die on his own terms. The film's release coincides with voluntary euthanasia laws being presented to Victorian parliament by Daniel Andrews, which are set for debate in coming weeks.  Fade to Black, which centres on the final six months of Mr Short's life, will be shown at Dendy Cinemas on August 15, and Australia world via  Demand.Film .

After receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis in early 2014, Peter Short spent his final months campaigning for law reform to allow him to die on his own terms. The film's release coincides with voluntary euthanasia laws being presented to Victorian parliament by Daniel Andrews, which are set for debate in coming weeks.

Fade to Black, which centres on the final six months of Mr Short's life, will be shown at Dendy Cinemas on August 15, and Australia world via Demand.Film.