“If Everyone Knew” is a short documentary by filmmaker Imogen Harrison exploring the difficult topic of baby loss. Three women speak freely and candidly about their nuanced experiences and the film weaves a message of empowerment throughout, aiming to encourage other women to break through the stigma and have their experiences be heard.

One in four pregnancies ends in miscarriage, and yet despite it being so common, it’s an experience many women still feel ashamed of speaking about. Hopefully films like this spur on more conversation and help eliminate the stigma that surrounds miscarriages and stillbirths. No one should have to experience loss alone.


A Film By Imogen Harrison

Executive Producer – Courtney Noble
Executive Producer – Cassidy Uggla
Producer – Alice Popplewell
Director Of Photography – Simon Plunket
Editor – Thomas Faulkner
Original Music By Luna Pines

1st Assistant Camera – Rich Bertenshaw
2nd Assistant Camera – Chelsea Bernard
Gaffer – Jordan Dubash
Gaffer – Harrison Newman
Sound Recordist – Marina Fusella
Driver – Cris Barrios
Flame Artist – Rob Peacock
Colourist – Karol Cybulski
Sound Design & Mix – Hannah Webster

Post Production
Cheat, Nomad, Jungle

In Association With My Accomplice

Supported By The Fòr Foundation

An Article 1 Production

With Special Thanks to…
Gurinder, Vanessa, Donna, Beth, Rachel & Nikki

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