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Director STACEY TENENBAUM (Canada 2022) 72 min
We live in a world defined by growth and consumption. The world’s scrap is tossed aside or left to rust without a thought. But what happens to all things big and small that are expected to simply disappear? 2018 DocPitch project Scrap, delivers a lyrical cinematic behind-the-scenes look at the strange beauty midst abandoned vehicles and metal graveyards. Jumping from Asia to Europe and the Americas, we witness the afterlives of metal objects once frozen in time. An environmental message as much about sentimental attachment and shared cultural history as it is about reinvention and repurposing, Scrap suggests a paradigm shift in the way we view our connection and relationship with trash.
IN PERSON: Director STACEY TENENBAUM and Film Subject JOHN LOPEZ
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STACEY TENENBAUM is an award-winning creative producer and director. In 2014 she founded H2L Productions, a boutique documentary film production company specializing in crafting character-driven stories which are shot internationally. Before turning her attention to documentary film, Stacey worked in factual television for 16 years, producing and co-creating documentary series such as The Beat (CTV) and In Real Life (YTV), and Mystery Hunters (YVT). In 2012, Stacey was nominated for an International Emmy for In Real Life III. Stacey is passionate about making documentary films which are filled with humor and heart.
|RUNNING TIME:||72 min|
|NOTE WRITER:||Ananya Kumar-Banerjee|