SYNOPSIS: I Remember Ashes is the story of a young brother and sister who spend their summer days in the hills of the Czech Republic. Shot in vivid 35mm, the film calls on an array of stylistic influences, from Czech new wave to the Hollywood films of the 1950s.
The film acts as a distant memory, an upended fairy-tale exploring both children's introduction to mortality.
BIO: Graham Turner is an American director and screenwriter based in New York and Los Angeles. He holds a B.F.A. in film production from Syracuse University. In 2017, he co-founded The End, a production company based in New York City that focuses on the cross section between film, photography, design, and live expression.
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