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Josh's Trees

DIR: Peter Entell
2005 / Switzerland / 76 min

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When the best friend of the film director dies, his son is less than a year old. Five years later, the boy is just beginning to ask questions about his father. How can he construct an image of the Dad he doesn’t remember?

About

Director Peter Entell
Screenplay Peter Entell
Dir. of Photography Marshall Leitner-Hanig, Josh Hanig, Leslie Leitner, Rick Elion, Maxie Cohen, Alan Abrams, Peter Entell
Editing Peter Entell
Music
Sound Peter Entell, Blaise Gabioud
Duration 76 min
Year 2005
Country Switzerland
Colour Colour
Tags children, death, family, filmic diary, private
Production Show and Tell Films
Show and Tell Films
Country:  Switzerland
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Phone:  +41 79 376 5557

Distribution
Festivals

Visions du Réel, Switzerland ...

Visions du Réel, Switzerland
Amsterdam Film Festival, Netherlands
Festival de cinéma des 3 Amériques, Canada
Festival de films suisse romande, Switzerland
Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Czech Republic
Maine Film Festival, USA
Dochouse, Brussels, Belgium
Festival ciné 32, France
Chicago International Documentary Film Festival, USA

Awards

Grand Prize of the ...

Grand Prize of the Jury
Montreal International Film Festival, Canada

Home Movies Award
Biografilm Festival, Italy



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