November 7-10, 2021
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After a 75-year-old immigrant mother gets fired without cause from her lifelong job as a hotel housekeeper, her son takes her on a bucket-list adventure to reclaim her life. As she struggles to find work, he documents a journey that uncovers the economic insecurity shaping not only her future, but that of an entire generation.
Sian-Pierre Regis (Director) was a Firelight Media Fellow 2018-2020 and a Film Independent Documentary Fellow 2019. He is also an award-winning journalist, on-camera personality, and cultural critic with an undying love for both pop-culture and social responsibility. He has been a contributor for CNN, HLN, MTV and CBS, covering stories of youth political activism and pop-culture.
November 7-10, 2021: Online screening followed by a conversation with the filmmaker(s).
Find your nearest Screening Partner, and register to watch.
Gulf Coast Symphony - Ft. Meyers
South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center - Cutler Bay
The City of Hapeville - Hapeville
Oxford College of Emory University - Oxford
Gateway Regional Arts Center - Mt Sterling
Warren County Public Library - Bowling Green
Bologna Performing Arts Center at Delta State University - Cleveland
- North Carolina
Appalachian Theatre of the High Country - Boone
a/perture cinema - Winston-Salem
High Point University - High Point
John C. Campbell Folk School - Brasstown
University of North Carolina at Wilmington - Wilmington
Bardo Arts Center at Western Carolina University - Cullowhee
- South Carolina
The Arts Center of Clemson - Clemson
Clayton Center for the Arts - Maryville
Mary B. Martin School of the Arts at East Tennessee State University - Johnson City