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  • Directed by Penny Allen
  • Portland, 2012, 12 mins., English/French

Edited from distressed rushes lost for 37 years, then found in a moldy basement in Portland, this new/old film is about the relationship between Penny, an English teacher, and Didier, a little French boy who has come to spend the summer with his grandmother in Portland.

Genres: Found Footage, Short, Northwest Filmmaker

Other Films by Penny Allen

Late For My Mother’s Funeral

Former Portland director Penny Allen’s (PROPERTY, PAYDIRT) new film is the intimate, turbulent portrait of a French-Algerian-Moroccan family residing in Algeria and adrift following the death of their mother, Zineb, a notorious smuggler of gold and jewels. Filmed over the course of three years, the film finds its own space between documentary and fiction as