UnLonely Film Festival 5

Sundays at the Triple Nickel

Marjorie and her son have been hosting jazz concerts in her apartment every Sunday for the past 26 years, a pursuit of overcoming grief through music.

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Watch this video to explore the film’s meaning and major themes a bit more. Talking with others about a shared arts experience can enrich our perspectives. Share your thoughts in the comment section, below!

Meet the Filmmaker

What is their why?

“In a fractured and short-attention media environment, this film went long. A 12-minute film that tells a rich story provides a unique opportunity to not just grab attention, but to connect deeply with the audience. Key to achieving this was finding a story that warranted 12 minutes of the audience’s times, and that’s exactly what Director Jess Colquhoun did. Shot on 16MM film and hovering between narrative and documentary, the project is rich in story, visually stunning, and strategically unique.”

Jess Colquhoun is an award-winning British film director and photographer who uses an emotive and naturalistic eye to tell human stories, reflecting her curious nature and passion for people, music and culture. She has recently been honored with a YoungGun award which recognizes the top 30 young directors in the world. Her approach to filmmaking reflects her passion for exploring her passion for people and subcultures, as well as social and environmental change and impact.

Filmmakers’ Website

Join the Conversation

Describe the last creative event you attended. What do you remember about it? What ways might you benefit  from hosting or attending a creative event in the future?

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1 Comment

  1. Crd

    I find art peaceful , music at bread house with bread oldest has gone from unwanted lesson rigor to joy and friendship, st I’llll B at the lesson stage with bread youngest, but I am giving her the gift of music too
    She just doesn’t appreciate it yet


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