Erick Stoll and Chase Whiteside, 75 min
Diego, a young circus artist, returns home and reunites with his brothers after their grandmother, América, falls from her bed. Diego is a dreamer who sees poetry and purpose in this tragedy. His dream of familial cohesion fades into reality as the brothers clash over money, communication, and the challenge of caring for América.
Followed by a Q&A with the directors Chase Whiteside and Erick Stollwill
This film to be preceded by
Aimie Vallat + Guido Ronge, 9 min
Isatou Jallow, a woman from The Gambia living in Seattle, advocates for women, asylees, and
people with disabilities.
Speakers to be announced
Presented in partnership with ReelAbilities Film Festival
ReelAbilities strives for inclusion of all people. Individuals needing accommodations to participate should contact the screening venue directly at least two weeks in advance of the event. ASL interpretation, CART, Audio Description, and information in Braille are available upon advance request. All films are captioned or subtitled and all venues are wheelchair accessible.