Princeton alumni Jedd and Todd Wider have co-directed this documentary narrative about a homeless woman’s final days. Linda Bishop lived for almost four months in an abandoned house during a harsh New Hampshire winter and left behind a diary about her survival. Filled with beauty, tragedy, insight, and humor, Bishop’s diary has provided the fascinating narrative for the Wider Brothers’ doc.
The Lewis Center for the Arts Cinema Today Series showcases contemporary filmmakers with screenings and discussions about aesthetics, narrative technique, and social commitment.
Screening followed by in-person Q&A with filmmakers Jedd & Todd Wider, actress Lori Singer and Gerardo Puglia. Free with PU ID.
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