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THE FISH MIRACLE SKY (WHEN FISHES CRY, THE MIRACLE, CLOSER TO THE SKY)

Directed by George Racz
SHORT NARRATIVE 12 Minutes World Premiere
FILM GUIDE THE FISH MIRACLE SKY (WHEN FISHES CRY, THE MIRACLE, CLOSER TO THE SKY)
The FishMiracleSky is a short film trilogy about childhood, specifically three significant moments in the life of a five-year-old girl. In When Fishes Cry, Kate tries to save her dream world against the reality of life. In The Miracle, Kate thinks that she can change real life with her imaginary dream world methods. In Closer to the Sky, Kate opens the gates of life.
About the Director(s)
GEORGE RACZ was born in Transylvania and currently lives in New York where he is completing his BA Film degree from Hunter College. In 2005 Racz was selected to participate in the Master Class program with Martin Scorsese and Abbas Kiarostami in Morocco, organized by the Tribeca Film Institute. His story “The Miracle” was used in the book Voice and Vision, by Mick Hurbis- Cherrier. He has a six-month-old son.

Film Info
  • Year:
    2006
  • Length:
    12 minutes
  • Language:
    English
  • Country:
    USA
  • Premiere:
    World
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