Filmmaker Nadia Shihab returns to Lubbock, Texas to craft a gently lyrical portrait of her artist mother while visiting her creative haven, Jaddoland. When her grandfather, an Iraqi refugee, arrives for a visit, the films shifts into a mesmeric, intergenerational study that defty contemplates notions of creativity, identity, and home with an eye for serene beauty and visual poetics. This shimmering self-reflective documentary debut ushers in a new, vital take on the immigrant narrative.
PRODUCERS: Nadia Shihab, Talal Al-Muhanna
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Nadia Shihab
EDITOR: Avrïl Jacobson
A radical act of remembrance for Latasha Harlins, whose death sparked the 1992 LA Riots, through her cousin and best friend.