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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 3 MIN | 2007

A WARM, COMFORTING HOME

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Using 1960s-era home movies of the filmmaker as well as quotes and events from her life, director Annette Apitz examines her complicated relationship with her mother.
Film Information
Year: 2006
Length: 3 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
About the Director(s)
ANNETTE APITZ received her B.A. at McGill University in Montreal and her M.F.A from Columbia University's Film School. Her short films have screened at the Hamptons Film Festival, the Palm Springs Short Film Festival, MOMA and on PBS and HBO Latin America. For her thesis film, A River in India, Apitz received the New Line Cinema Award at Columbia. Apitz is currently developing her first feature film, Fighting Fish, and is completing her script Phoenix, a thriller.

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