H.O.M.E. Screening

American Cinematheque

Gashouse Films, 73 min. Dir. Daniel Maldonado. The place the characters of this involving drama call home is New York City, whose subways and multi-ethnic enclaves may seem disconnected but can inspire surprisingly meaningful encounters despite the communication barriers. Daniel Maldonado’s poetic feature debut is comprised of two interconnected stories; the first, inspired by true events, follows a young man with Asperger’s syndrome (Jeremy Ray Valdez) exploring New York’s underground labyrinth, while in the second, an Ecuadorian driver (Jesús Ochoa) offers a ride to a stranded Chinese mother (Angela Lin) desperate to get home to her sick child. Nominated for Best U.S. Latino Film at the 2017 Cinema Tropical Awards. Program begins with the short “In Between the Gutter and the Stars” (2016, 20 min. Dir. Diana Lesmez). Discussion after the feature followed by a reception in the courtyard for all attendees.


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