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Four Short Films for Mom

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May 11, 2018

‘How Does Life Live’

By KELLY O’BRIEN

“Where does the sun go? Can girls be robots? Why don’t worms have faces?” A little girl asks her mother.

“Where does the sun go? Can girls be robots? Why don’t worms have faces?” A little girl wants to know.Published OnMarch 21, 2017CreditImage by Kelly O’Brien‘Love and Stuff’

By Judith Helfand

After her mother passes away, a woman struggles to pack up her things — figuring out what to keep and how to let go.

After her mother passes away, the filmmaker Judith Helfand struggles to pack up her things — figuring out what to keep and how to let go.Published OnMay 7, 2014‘I Think This is the Closest to How the Footage Looked’

By Yuval Hameiri

Recreating the lost memory of my mother’s last day.

A man brings objects to life in a struggle to recreate the lost memory of his mother’s last day.Published OnMay 6, 2016CreditImage by Yuval Hameiri‘Mother’s Day’

By Elizabeth Lo

When seeing your mother means a trip to prison.

When seeing your mother means a trip to prison.Published OnMay 8, 2017CreditImage by Elizabeth Lo

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