The Old Young Crow
Mehrdad, now an old man, recalls his encounter with an elderly Japanese woman named Chiyo at a graveyard in Tokyo near his elementary school. Through his childhood sketchbook, he reflects on the mystery of her disappearance.
A Q&A with director, producer, and writer Liam LoPinto immediately follows the screening. Followed by the documentary feature Nathan-ism.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Liam LoPinto is a filmmaker and animator from New York City. His film French Fly was selected for CAA's Moebius Film Festival. A first-generation Iranian American, his work focuses on diaspora, refugees, immigrants, and dissidents. His documentary Karam Camera was made in partnership with Karam Foundation focusing on empowering young Syrian refugees. His film The Old Young Crow won the Best of Festival Award at the Palm Springs International ShortFest.