This short experimental film mixes the use of 35mm film, digital video, and animation, this documentary becomes the dream of an artist from Brooklyn, Isaiah Zagar, who recalls his memories with his mother as they enjoyed the surf and sand of Coney Island.
About the Director(s)
At nineteen, Zagar (1981) shot a documentary short Delhi House that premiered at the 2002 Slamdance Film Festival and aired on PBS. Zagar's The Unbelievable Truth was a semi-finalist in the Student Academy Awards and was named 'Best Narrative Short' in the Philadelphia Film Festival. His Baby Eat Baby won 'Best Experimental Short' at the Atlanta Film Festival. Zagar is currently filming a documentary on his father, the artist Isaiah Zagar. His first feature-length screenplay Paper Giant was given the Irene I. Parisi Award in the "Set in Philadelphia" Screenwriting Competition and he is finishing a new script.
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