The next time someone makes a movie that’s specifically about my life, almost line for goddamn line, it would be great if one of you told me ahead of time.
Review: The Giverny Document (Single Channel)
Directed, edited, and animated by Ja’Tovia Gary. U.S./France, 2019, 42 min.
Seen at the Camden International Film Festival. Playing other festivals currently ahead of gallery exhibition and further distribution. For information on upcoming screenings, see jatovia.com.
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