The last and final part of the Little Gay Boy trilogy, Holy Thursday revolves around a first meeting between a father and son. The dream-like quality of the film takes us on a fantasy journey into the woods. J.C. is desperate to win his father’s love at all costs.
A young woman watches a man having a nap under the trees, and gets ready to paint. Trees are cut one after another by vigorous loggers. Insects stand motionless or crawl everywhere. All those are interlaced with more fleeting images that anyone could see or not.
A woman enter a mysterious spooky house, which changes looks depending on what she touches, or, better, depending on what she… clicks! Dealing with a computer for the first time can be scary, especially for people who grew up in the pre-computer age. Home is shot with a webcam.
Home for Life depicts the experiences of two elderly people in their first month at a home for the aged. The film offers an unblinking look at the feelings of the two new residents in their encounters with other residents, medical staff, social workers, psychiatrists and family.
Home Movies Gaza introduces us to the Gaza Strip as a mircrocosm for the failure of civilization. In an attempt to describe the everyday of a place that struggles for the most basic of human rights, this video claims a perspective from within the domestic spaces of a territory that is complicated.