HIWA

Jacqueline Lentzou | 11 min | Greece | 2017

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SYNOPSIS
In Jay’s dream, Athens’ sun is so weak, you can look straight at it without getting blind. His children carry their homes with them. A medical procedure is needed.

SCREENING SCHEDULE
(IM)MIGRATIONS
7:00 PM | Saturday, October 14, 2017
National Sawdust
80 N 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Director | Jacqueline Lentzou
Screenplay | Jacqueline Lentzou
Producer | Jacqueline Lentzou, Vicky Miha
Cinematographer | Konstantinos Koukoulios
Sound | Leandros Ntounis
Editor | Smaro Papaevangelou
Cast | Melchor Lopez, Jerahmeel Zsara Lopez, Kirsten Tisha Luis, Jessafe Agsi

DIRECTOR’S BIO
Born in Athens, Greece in 1989, Jacqueline Lentzou grew up in Thessaloniki. She decided she wanted to become a film director after seeing Gus Van Sant’s film Elephant. She graduated with a distinction from the London Film School in 2013 and participated in Berlinale Talents in 2014. Her work revolves around coming-of-age, loneliness, non-traditional family constructs, intimacy and dreams. She has directed several short films and a music video and is currently developing her feature film debut.