Online Screening

Nov 11 - Nov 19

In less than a year, filmmaker Judith Helfand (Cooked: Survival by Zip Code, DOC NYC 2018) goes through two major life moments: losing her beloved mother, Florence, and becoming a mom herself. As Judith prepares to welcome her adopted daughter, Theo, into her life, she must deal with literal and figurative “stuff:” endless boxes of her parents’ belongings, the promise she made to Florence to lose weight, reckoning with first-time motherhood at the age of 50, and moving on without her mother to help guide her.

Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded filmmaker Q&A, immediately following the film.

Director: Judith Helfand
Executive Producer: Regina K. Scully, Jenny Raskin, Geralyn White Dreyfous, Dan Cogan, Megan Gelstein, Susan Margolin, Sarah Cavanaugh, Nancy Blachman
Producer: Judith Helfand, Hilla Medalia, Julie Parker Benello
Cinematographer: Daniel Gold
Editor: Marina Katz, David Cohen
Music: Paul Brill
Language: English
Country: USA
Year: 2020
Publicist: MPRM Communications
Sales Agent: Cinetic Media

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Nov 11 - Nov 19

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Online Screening


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