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    The Axe in the Attic - FILMMAKERS IN PERSON

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    April 9, 2012


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    The Axe in the Attic - FILMMAKERS IN PERSON

    The Axe in the Attic
    Directed by Ed Pincus and Lucia Small - IN PERSON
    USA 2007, digital video, color, 110 min
    When I finished Diaries in 1980, I thought my life in film was over. I had completed the work I wanted to do and saw no encore. Then, some twenty years later, a chance meeting as a judge at a film festival led to a collaboration with Lucia Small. For three years, Lucia and I discussed film ideas and decided we...

    The Axe in the Attic
    Directed by Ed Pincus and Lucia Small - IN PERSON
    USA 2007, digital video, color, 110 min
    When I finished Diaries in 1980, I thought my life in film was over. I had completed the work I wanted to do and saw no encore. Then, some twenty years later, a chance meeting as a judge at a film festival led to a collaboration with Lucia Small. For three years, Lucia and I discussed film ideas and decided we wanted to make a film about the temperature of America during the Bush era. Then, Hurricane Katrina hit and our film found a focus in the diaspora of the hurricane. The Axe in the Attic was the distillation of a sixty-day road trip to document what happened to a country displaced, and the role of the filmmakers who bare witness.


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