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Homing In
Directed by
Parker Hill

USA / 2017 / 6:43

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Joan is startled when she finds a strange man in her house, but the situation begins to feel all too familiar.
Parker is an NYC based writer/director who has a proclivity for wordplay. She graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts?. H?er thesis film, ONE GOOD PITCH, held its world premiere at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and was a winner of AT&T's Entertainment Project for best student film. Parker co-wrote and produced the short films BANDITO (Tribeca 2015) and WHERE THERE'S SMOKE (Tribeca 2017). Her latest ?narrative ?short, HOMING IN ?(?BFI London Film Festival 2017?) was screened at MoMA and released on Short of the Week?. Her short documentary SANDERSON TO BRACKETTVILLE is a Vimeo Staff Pick. ?Parker is a published photographer whose work has been featured in several online magazines including Kodak’s podcast The Kodakery. When she's not shooting or talking about analogue film, she's directing music videos and fashion films and developing her latest feature script.
Cast/Featuring: Francesca Root-Dodson, Tom Martin, Michael Simon Hall, Thomas Bair
Executive Producer(s): Jean Hill, Larry Schultis, Reuben Dizengoff
Producer(s): Parker Hill, Evan Ari Kelman
Director(s): Parker Hill
Screenwriter(s): Parker Hill
Cinematographer(s): Luca Del Puppo
Editor(s): Parker Hill
Production Designer(s): Lisa Myers
Composer(s)/Music: n/a
Sound Designer(s): Michael Coffman


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