Directed by Christine Turner
Family bonds are tested when a young man is left to care for his grandmother one morning.
Christine Turner is a New York-based filmmaker. Her feature documentary HOMEGOINGS, about a funeral director in Harlem, premiered at Documentary Fortnight at the Museum of Modern Art and was broadcast on the PBS series POV. Her fiction shorts include: RUBBER SOLES (SFIFF), YOU CAN GO (Tribeca) and HOLD ON (Sundance).
Producer: Duana Butler
Director: Christine Turner
Writer: Christine Turner
Cinematographer: Marshall Stief
Composer: Mark Henry Phillips
Editor: Aljernon Tunsil
Justin Chon / Gala Presentations, Narrative Competition / USA / 2016 / 94 minsCENTERPIECE FILM | Eli and Daniel are two Korean-American brothers who own a struggling shoe store. They have a unique and unlikely friendship with a young 11-year-old African American girl, Kamilla. The film is set during the first day of the LA riots, forcing them to defend their store while contemplating the future of their own personal dreams and the meaning of family.
Preceded by: Hold On