Eight-year-old Jesse lives in a twilight world of sadness and silence, squeezed into a tiny caravan with his grief stricken father. They’re in limbo, existing more than living. The child intuitively understands that looking forward is harder than looking back, and that’s where life happens. But they are stuck, until an accidental friendship with a V8 driving Transsexual unlocks the means for Jesse to liberate his father and himself.
A graduate of the the Fine Arts degree at Canterbury University, Christchurch, Zoe went on to write and direct the feature-film documentary ‘Lost in Wonderland’ based on one man’s search for justice and identity. The film received international acclaim. She continued her run of awards in 2010 when her first short ‘Day Trip’ was selected for Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. And again when McIntosh helmed bogan buddy romp ‘The Deadly Ponies Gang' which was extremely successful on the international festival circuit.
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Our programme launches on July 20th.
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