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Ronald McDonald House Charities
'Always There'
8 March 2024 69s
You and me always.
by Andrew MacGregor

A father is there for all manner of cuts and scrapes as his daughter grows up. No owie is too much trouble, no tears are left unwiped. So what about when the girl needs hospital treatment and dad must let others care for the one most precious to him? It's a dilemma that Ronald McDonald House Charities are all too familiar with.

It's also one they are determined to solve, and it's clear how committed director Marit Weerheijm is to the subject matter as well. Her film is neither rose-tinted nor grim, but a low-key reminder of the power of connection. The more people fund homes away from home, the more these connections are protected.

Product Category: Charities

Territory: Germany



Director: Marit Weerheijm (Sweetshop)
Editor: Fatih Tura
Colourist: Julien Alary

  Ronald McDonald House Charities - 'Always There'


Ronald McDonald House Charities
'Always There'
8 March 2024 69s

You and me always.

A father is there for all manner of cuts and scrapes as his daughter grows up. No owie is too much trouble, no tears are left unwiped. So what about when the girl needs hospital treatment and dad must let others care for the one most precious to him? It's a dilemma that Ronald McDonald House Charities are all too familiar with.

It's also one they are determined to solve, and it's clear how committed director Marit Weerheijm is to the subject matter as well. Her film is neither rose-tinted nor grim, but a low-key reminder of the power of connection. The more people fund homes away from home, the more these connections are protected.

Product Category: Charities

Territory: Germany



Director: Marit Weerheijm (Sweetshop)
Editor: Fatih Tura
Colourist: Julien Alary

Ronald McDonald House Charities 8 March 2024
'Always There' 69s

You and me always.

by Andrew MacGregor

A father is there for all manner of cuts and scrapes as his daughter grows up. No owie is too much trouble, no tears are left unwiped. So what about when the girl needs hospital treatment and dad must let others care for the one most precious to him? It's a dilemma that Ronald McDonald House Charities are all too familiar with.

It's also one they are determined to solve, and it's clear how committed director Marit Weerheijm is to the subject matter as well. Her film is neither rose-tinted nor grim, but a low-key reminder of the power of connection. The more people fund homes away from home, the more these connections are protected.

Product Category: Charities

Territory: Germany



Director: Marit Weerheijm (Sweetshop)
Editor: Fatih Tura
Colourist: Julien Alary