Videos from HBO Theater NYC
Our inaugural conversation series was held at the HBO Theater in NYC and focused on mother loss and how daughters are defined, shaped, and inspired by a mother’s death. Abraham Lincoln said, “All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” As each of us mourns the loss of our mothers, we realize it is she who taught us about survival, the sanctity of life and living it, and the power of a mother’s love. Our speakers and presenters have a fresh approach in their field and a unique, personal story to tell.
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Guests were moved by acclaimed authors Hope Edelman and Claire Bidwell Smith, a panel discussion moderated by Carole Geithner, an intimate interview of Rebecca Soffer, co-founder of Modern Loss, by author and journalist Allison Gilbert, and more.
“The opinions expressed by the participants are their own, not HBO’s.”
Film credit Smoke & Apple Films
Join the conversation with Author & Coach Hope Edelman, Author of the acclaimed Motherless Daughters, as she shares about the long tail of grief in the Ted-Style Talk at The Conversation: Stories that Matter at the HBO Theater in NYC.
Claire Bidwell Smith: Grief & Anxiety
Join the conversation with Author & Therapist Claire Bidwell Smith as she discusses grief and anxiety after loss.
Author Allison Gilbert Interviews ModernLoss Cofounder Rebecca Soffer
Join the conversation with Rebecca Soffer, ModernLoss CoFounder, & Allison Gilbert, Author of Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive.
Passion Panel Moderated by Author & Therapist Carole Geithner
Join the conversation with Author & Therapist Carole Geithner as she discusses loss through the ages. Panelists include empowerHER Founder Cara Belvin, Eva Bloche, Cynthia Whipple, and Writer Gail Eisenberg.
Author Allison Gilbert Interviews Jen Bilik, Knock Knock Founder
Join the conversation with Jen Bilik, Knock Knock Founder, & Allison Gilbert, Author of Passed and Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive.