A young woman copes with the loss of her mother by finding community in Portland.
From filmmaker Mackie Mallison: This film was created to let others know who are experiencing similar struggles as Arita-Guerrero’s that they are not alone. Coping with grief is a topic that often goes unheard of. It’s a hard discussion to have. This was made to help bring more perspectives and stories to the conversation.
HEART AWARD WINNER
This project was produced as part of Grant High School Magazine.
Appears in: 41st Fresh Film Northwest
Other Films by Mackie Mallison
18-year-old artist and activist Ameya Marie fights for change by creating pieces that address topics such as police brutality, school shootings, and misrepresentation of people of color in the media.
How gentrification has changed a Northeast Portland community. Winner of a 2016 Fresh Film Northwest Integrative Learning Award. I lived just South of Alberta for most of my childhood, until my rent became too high and I had to move. My coworker, Joshua Webb, has lived North of Alberta for his entire life, and has …