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Directed by Parker Winship
USA | 10 min | 2021
Two people, grinding through a depersonalized workday during the pandemic, struggle to find a shred of genuine intimacy in their lives.
The writer and producer, Rosa SanMarchi, approached us out of the blue (digitally) to direct this film after a recommendation from a friend. Immediately after reading the script we knew it was something we wanted to work on. It was a thrilling experience to collaborate with someone new, who already had a vision for the film but was looking for other voices and opinions to bring it home. The collaborative spirit of our team really reflected what we were trying to convey on screen, that we are all better when we listen to one another.
Parker Winship is an MFA graduate of the American Film Institute, a 2021 Resident Filmmaker of the Eastern Oregon Film Festival, and a cornfed Wisconsin boy. Among many diverse projects, he recently wrote, directed, and edited the short film “A Lark and a Swallow,” which won Best Wisconsin Short at the 2021 Beloit International Film Festival, and “Julia and the Rock Dragon,” an exquisite corpse fiction/doc hybrid selected for the Online Isolation Short Videos Festival. He is currently working on a documentary about rural hunger in Wisconsin.
2021 BIFF Alum
Returning BIFF Filmmaker
Parker screened A Lark And A Swallow last year and picked up the Best Wisconsin Short Film award for his film.