Thank You For Taking Care Of Me
DOCUMENTARY | 1 – 5 MIN. | CAREGIVERS
Two children float in space, thankful.
But What Does It Mean?
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Even when we feel that we have a sense of a film’s meaning, there is often more to uncover.
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Write a thank you letter to a person who has cared for you. Share a little of your perspective and acknowledge the difficulty involved. Describe how their care helped to heal you physically and emotionally.
Meet the Filmmaker
ABOUT THE FILMMAKER
Ellen Colcord is a multi-media artist who lives in Greenwich Village, New York City. She works in painting, collage, film, and ceramics. Her interest is in otherworldly environments that embrace an esoteric spirituality. Colcord studied art and religion at Yale University and holds a Master of Arts from NYU.
WHY THEY MADE THE FILM
“To express gratitude for people who care for one another. The haunted sounds and thankfulness in the urban landscape is a remembrance for the vulnerable children who lived within the buildings. As an artist I try to capture unseen energy and memory as I stroll through New York City streets.”
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