Sophie Dia Pegrum

Sophie Dia Pegrum

Los Angeles, California
323-356-4472

Sophie Dia Pegrum

Sophie Dia Pegrum

I am here to reimagine...

How film and music can gently open gateways for reflection and meditation around the deepest end of life questions.

My Story

"The Last Lullaby" is a 30 minute documentary film ideal for opening conversations about working, caring or being with people who are dying. Audiences include hospice trainees, medical students, patients facing terminal diagnoses, students of ritual and song, volunteer carers and curious minds investigating conscious dying advocacy. The maker: Sophie is a filmmaker and abstract painter who has ...
"The Last Lullaby" is a 30 minute documentary film ideal for opening conversations about working, caring or being with people who are dying. Audiences include hospice trainees, medical students, patients facing terminal diagnoses, students of ritual and song, volunteer carers and curious minds investigating conscious dying advocacy. The maker: Sophie is a filmmaker and abstract painter who has made films in the Antarctic, North Pole and the Himalayas. Her work includes documentaries about ephemeral art/science collaborations, mountain and interspecies cultures and semi-nomadic lifeways. She has also made several documentaries focused on women’s empowerment. Her most recent films are “Wings of Kyrgyzstan” (Arte) a documentary about rural life and horse culture in Krygyzstan and "The Last Lullaby" a a cinematic lullaby to gently approach and access ideas and imaginations around death.
"The Last Lullaby" is a 30 minute documentary film ideal for opening conversations about working, caring or being with people who are dying. Audiences include hospice trainees, medical students, patients facing terminal diagnoses, students of ritual and song, volunteer carers and curious minds investigating conscious dying advocacy. The maker: Sophie is a filmmaker and abstract painter who has made films in the Antarctic, North Pole and the Himalayas. Her work includes documentaries about ephemeral art/science collaborations, mountain and interspecies cultures and semi-nomadic lifeways. She has also made several documentaries focused on women’s empowerment. Her most recent films are “Wings of Kyrgyzstan” (Arte) a documentary about rural life and horse culture in Krygyzstan and "The Last Lullaby" a a cinematic lullaby to gently approach and access ideas and imaginations around death.

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