Home Movie

Holocaust, Jewish Film, Women , Eastern Europe, Marriage and Parenting, Short Film, Jewish Highlights, Genealogy, Religion, Immigration
Caroline Pick
18 minutes

Accolades

Official Selection
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
Berlin Jewish Film Festival
Toronto Jewish Film Festival
Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival
New York Jewish Film Festival
London Short Film Festival
Open City DocFest
UK Jewish Film Festival
Brighton Cinecity Film Festival

Synopsis

A story of immigration, of dislocation and of secrets told through home movies found unseen for over 50 years, Home Movie covers life in Czechoslovakia in the 30's all the way to Cardiff in the 60s. Hints of that which goes unspoken – snatches of tales of those left behind, of silence about the past, of absences unexplained, of non-existent family members – begin to fill in around the edges as the intriguing juxtaposition of happy images and an increasingly uneasy undercurrent lead to a moving conclusion.

Director

Director

Caroline Pick has been studying art over the past 10 years, alongside establishing a yoga-school in London after a long professional career in television as a documentary film-maker, producer, and commissioning editor at the BBC and Channel 4. She has just finished a MA degree in Fine Art at Brighton University.

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