A River Twice
2017, 15 minutes, 16:9, colour, sound
A boat making its way along a river mirrors a father’s small turns of thought about his daughter and the passing years.
Director of Photography
I used to watch Hong Kong gangster movies with my dad when I was a kid. Years later, I had fun imagining – and maybe exaggerating – that my limping, half-blind dad could be a sort of Takeshi Kitano, the heroically disfigured and burdened gangster/samurai. That silliness made me think about the stories and times parents share with their children, together and apart, over the years.
2018 Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival
2018 Cairo International Women’s Film Festival
2018 Festival International de Films de Femmes de Créteil
2017 Heart of Gold Film Festival
2017 Belo Horizonte International Short Film Festival
2017 Melbourne International Film Festival
2017 Queensland Film Festival
2017 Visions du Réel