My Family Trees Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from March 2021 LA Film Festival
FESTIVAL AUDIENCE FEEDBACK VIDEOS • 11m
Directed by Roshi Givechi
My Family Trees is a bittersweet tale about a man from Iran who took unconventional measures to stitch his family back together in Kansas...one single tree at a time. It's a short documentary that spotlights the ways love, duty, and inexplicable hope make us uniquely human, and beautifully resilient.
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