In Vivid Detail is the unusual love story between Leslie and Justin, an architect who suffers from Prosopagnosia -- a neurological disorder that makes him incapable of recognizing faces. The couple must decide whether their new relationship can overcome the obstacles ahead of them as they try to cope with this bizarre but real condition, meanwhile raising the questions about how beauty is measured. Presented by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Length: 17 minutes
Originally from Montreal, DARA BRATT left Canada and her job as an assistant director to complete her MFA at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. She was awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation production grant for her thesis film, In Vivid Detail. She recently completed a feature documentary on Dr. Henry Morgentaler. Fiscally sponsored by the International Documentary Association in LA, henry premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.