United States 2018, 3 min, English, Hebrew subtitles
The director’s grandpa loved taking photos. He left behind 594 rolls, almost 10 kilometers of film. 3 million frames of vacations, holidays, birthdays—the American Dream fulfilled. But will these images help blur and blot out the memories of what really happened in this family?
Shorts Competition 1 - Alone-together-aloneSat 19.05 10:30 Cinemateque 2 Filmmaker Present
Shorts Competition 1 - Alone-together-aloneFri 25.05 12:15 Cinemateque 5
Editing: Jaime Chapin
Soundtrack: Greg Mailloux
Julie Buck is a New York based film producer, archivist, photographer and filmmaker. As a film producer, Buck’s work has played at such festivals as Tribeca, South by Southwest, London Film Festival and Sundance. As an archivist and curator, Buck has lectured at Harvard University, New York University and George Eastman House. Her solo photography and experimental films have been exhibited internationally in galleries across the US. Buck previously worked as the head archivist at the Harvard Film Archive. She has an MFA in film from Columbia University and is a member of the Director's Guild of America.