306 Hollywood

Saturday, September 15 at 1:00 pm

TICKETS: $10





NEW YORK PREMIERE

SCREENING SPONSORED BY NANCY STEVENSON & KEN SABLE

When siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarín lose their grandma, they face a profound question: When a loved one dies, what do we do with everything they left behind? Turning documentary on its head, the Bogarín’s embark on a magical-realist journey that transforms Grandma’s cluttered New Jersey home into a visually exquisite ruin where tchotchkes become artifacts, and the siblings become archaeologists. With help from physicists, curators, and archivists, they excavate the extraordinary universe contained in a family home.

Directors, Producers, Writers, Cinematographers: Elan & Jonathan Bogarin

Composer: Troy Herion

Producer: Judit Stalter

2018 | USA | 90 min