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Empowering and Uplifting: Tommy and Tiger Terry - The Inspirational Book and Movie

Empowering and Uplifting: Tommy and Tiger Terry – The Inspirational Book and Movie

Darren Mort, a Family Law Barrister, authored Tommy and Tiger Terry the book to help children navigate family separation.

The book’s narrative is echoed in Tommy the film, which was selected for the Flickerfest International Film Festival.

The film, available on iTunes, portrays a young boy’s anxiety over a custody battle. Mort, also the Founding Director of the not-for-profit To Be Loved Network, uses his professional and creative work to champion children’s rights and combat domestic violence.

His book and film serve as tools for change, shedding light on the often-overlooked victims of family separation – the children.

Darren Mort, a renowned Family Law Barrister with over 30 years of experience, has made a significant contribution to the field of children’s literature with his debut children’s book, “Tommy and Tiger Terry”. This book is not just a story; it’s a lifeline for children navigating the tumultuous waters of family separation.

Tommy and Tiger Terry: the book

The story follows the journey of Tommy, a young boy grappling with the reality of his parents’ separation. To cope with his feelings of conflict and confusion, he creates an imaginary friend, Tiger Terry.

Through their adventures, the young boy finds avenues of escape, allowing him to better understand his family situation. This compelling book serves as a comforting resource for children and parents alike, helping them make sense of the changes that come with family separation.

The book’s message is echoed in the short film “Tommy”, which has been officially selected for the Flickerfest International Film Festival. The film showcases the painful reality of a family custody battle through the eyes of a child.

It depicts the detrimental impact that toxic arguments and domestic violence can have on the children involved. Darren Mort, with his unique blend of legal expertise and creative talent, captures the film through an authentic lens, providing a voice for the voiceless.

Tommy: the Film

This film is available on iTunes and is a drama that runs for 19 minutes. The film is about a young boy dealing with the anxiety over a nasty custody battle by receiving guidance from his imaginary tiger friend, Tiger Terry, portrayed by Mort. The film is directed by S. K. Dale.

The film stars Ari Newman, Simone Ball, Stephen Degenaro, Carissa McAllen, Alicia Atwood and Darren Mort.

For more information about the movie, visit the official website at tommythemovie.com.au.

By creating and distributing “Tommy”, Mort has made a significant stride in enlightening both the public and legal professionals about the crucial need to comprehend a child’s viewpoint in family conflict situations. The film, utilised as a resource within the US judicial system, demonstrates Mort’s proficiency in converting intricate legal and emotional matters into comprehensible and influential stories.

This film acts as a trigger for transformation, fostering empathy and offering valuable guidance for families endeavouring to traverse the repercussions of domestic violence and attain more harmonious co-parenting setups.

Darren is not just an author and a barrister; he is also the Founding Director of the not-for-profit To Be Loved Network. This organisation aims to promote the prevention of mental illness among children and young adults exposed to extreme distress as a result of family violence or family breakdown.

The To Be Loved Network provides media such as books and films, aimed at helping children navigate the difficult experience of family breakdown.

Through his professional life, Darren Mort has dedicated himself to championing the rights of children navigating family breakdown and steering the battle against domestic violence.

His work, both in the courtroom and in the creative world, reflects his commitment to this cause. His book and film are more than just stories; they are tools for change, shedding light on the often-overlooked victims of family separation – the children.

Darren Mort’s “Tommy and Tiger Terry” and the film “Tommy” are powerful tools in the fight against domestic violence and family breakdown. They provide comfort and understanding to children in similar situations, reminding them that they are not alone. Through his work with the To Be Loved Network, Mort continues to advocate for children’s rights, making a significant impact in their lives and the lives of those around them.