Weeks of Sand, Months of Ash, Years of Dust is a meditation on a past belonging to a young woman who spent her childhood growing up in Portugal and later relocated to Macao, China, a former Portuguese colony. She offers a Portuguese perspective on these historical...
This film offers a creative exploration of the process of linguicide, through the director’s relationship with her grandparents, whose languages she has lost.
What if we proved that a persons’ name is the foundation to their pre-destination.
Would a rose smell as sweet if it was called skunk cabbage? We follow two characters with unique stories that believe their names have a direct link to how their respective lives have turned out as they have.
A filmmaker explores the mythology of the great-grandfather she never knew – along the way, reckoning with family bonds, intergenerational trauma, and her own hesitance toward telling the story.