As a result, I haven’t been as involved in my photography as I would like, but am happy that I have at least managed to get that one shot per week for the challenge! "H is for Happiness is the story of Candice Phee (Axon), a relentlessly optimistic and hilariously forthright girl on the cusp of her 13th birthday. Pick up the DVD from retailers such as Amazon, Big W, Coles, Sanity, Target, and JB Hi-Fi today. The other day I was reminded of this person and this ‘something’, as I watched the film H is for Happiness (based on Barry Jonsberg’s young adult novel My Life as an Alphabet). While searching for a word to give an indication of how H is for Happiness affects the audience, a fellow critic remarked that it was “whimsical”. Everything you need to know about twelve year old Candice Phee is summed up by the fact she sits at the front of the class and has a trigger arm set on warp speed to answer any, make that all, questions. School is nearing its end and there seems to be a flurry of events to attend that leaves me with time for little else. As I saw the freckle-faced, 12-year-old character of Candice Phee on screen, straight away, my own seven-year-old, freckle-faced daughter came to my mind. John Sheedy’s debut feature H is for Happiness has been acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films in North America and Germany’s Telepool as well as distributors in multiple other markets. Thanks to H Is For Happiness. H is for Happiness Film. What a journey it has been! The “pursuit of happiness” is The fact that there are few good films aimed at this age bracket only makes the overall quality of H is for Happiness stand out more. Movie. So, inevitably all good things draw to an end, as does NaPoWriMo 2013! 692 likes. H is for Happiness is a fine film for any young person transitioning to older fare, feeling like a final, grand sendoff to childhood. When I began - I didn't expect much - of the contest nor of myself. It’s pretty much a given that by the end credits “H is for Happiness” will heal all the traumas and divisions within Candice’s clan. Here's another lovely review of H is for Happiness! Sheedy’s direction offers a sort of Wes Anderson blend of childlike innocence and adult observation (it’s a lightweight “Moonrise Kingdom”). Award-winning short film director John Sheedy (Mrs McCutcheon) directs newcomers Daisy Axon (Judy & Punch) and Wesley Patten in this Australian domestic drama based on Barry Jonsberg's young adult novel, My Life as an Alphabet. The question does arise as to who is the intended target audience. Once again I’m playing catch up with my posts. By the end of the session, Sheedy was attached, and the same month Ryan signed the Australian arm of Hollywood studio Universal Pictures as the antipodean distributor of H is for Happiness. And that is definitely the word. H Is For Happiness the movie, takes as simple idea to deliver a strong reminder about not knowing what’s going on in other people’s lives.. H is For Happiness has a lot of tonal shifts; some of which work, some don't. But of course that's exactly what Life's waiting for - for us to make silly assumptions so it can jump right… H IS FOR HAPPINESS By Therese Gump, LOSS (Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide) It is sometimes difficult for survivors to allow themselves to experience happiness, joy, well-being; that “glad-to-be-alive” feeling that we once felt before suicide entered our lives.