• Family / 96 min / Australia / 2019

Based on the successful young adult novel My Life As An Alphabet by Australian author Barry Jonsberg, the film follows Candice Phee – a twelve year old girl with boundless optimism and a unique view of the world. Set in a small coastal town, it’s about an unflinchingly honest girl’s determination to bring her family back from the brink.


H Is for Happiness at festivals

International Vilnius Film Festival for Children and Youth, Lithuania (online)
International Young Audience Film Festival Ale Kino!, Poland (online)
China International Children's Film Festival, China (online)
Cork International Film Festival, Ireland (online)
Filem'on International Film Festival, Belgium (online)
Pacific Meridian International Film Festival, Russia
Ulaanbaatar Film Festival, Mongolia
Kaohsiung Film Festival, Taiwan
Gothenburg Film Festival Prisma, Sweden
Haifa International Film Festival, Israel (online)
KINOdiseea International Children Film Festival, Romania
Zurich Film Festival, Switzerland
Zlin International Film Festival for Children and Youth, Czech Rep.
Molodist Film Festival, Ukraine
Busan International Kids and Youth Film Festival, South Korea
Minneapolis St Paul International Film Festival, US (online)
Children's Film Festival Seattle, US
Berlin International Film Festival, Germany (Opening Film Generation Kplus)

Perth Festival, Australia
CinefestOZ Film Festival, Australia
Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia (World Premiere, Gala)

Main Prize of the Children’s Jury for Best Feature Film for Children + Jury Prize for the Best Children Performance in a Feature Film for Children (Wesley Patten) - Zlin International Film Festival
Film Prize - CinefestOZ Film Festival
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Richard Roxburgh (as Dad), Daisy Axon (as Candice), & Emma Booth as (Mum), H is for Happiness - Photograph by David Dare Parker