15 DEC.
21.30 h.
Teatro Principal

Q&A with the filmmaker


USA | 2023 | 86′ | Colour  SPANISH PREMIERE

Dir:  Graham Swon. Gn/Sc:  Graham Swon. Ftg/Cph: Barton Cortright. Mt/Ed:  Graham Swon. Son/Sound: Matthew Leibowitz, Alex Lane. Mús/Msc:  Rachel Evans. Intp/Cast: Hannah Gross, Peter Vack, Deragh Campbell. Prdt/Prdc:  Graham Swon, Lio Sigerson, Jeremy Ungar, Mustafa Uzuner. Prod/Comp: Ravenser Odd, LLC.

1939, somewhere in the American Midwest: to combat former child-prodigy writer Barbara Fowler’s debilitating agoraphobia, she and her pulp-fiction scribe husband, Richard move to the countryside where they become entwined in a love triangle with their deeply religious maid in this trance-like examination of a world destined for extinction.

Graham Swon is an American producer, writer and director. As a producer, he has worked with many independent filmmakers, including Matías Piñeiro, Ted Fendt, and Ricky D’Ambrose. In 2016, he was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film. Swon’s work as a producer has shown internationally at such festivals as Berlinale, Locarno, TIFF, Director’s Fortnight and NYFF. In 2023 he won the Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award for his production of Ricky D’Ambrose’s The Cathedral. An Evening Song (for three voices) is his second film as writer/director.


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