About The Film

The film is currently on a pause in production due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Production will (hopefully) resume in Summer 2021 with the goal of premiering the film in early 2023. 

Production of the film is made possible by support from


Producer/Director Keith Wilson 
Keith Wilson is a filmmaker and visual artist based in San Francisco. His films have screened at Sundance, the Berlinale, South by Southwest, documenta, the U.S. National Gallery of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. He was a BAVC National Mediamaker Fellow for Deep Inside the Shaman’s Den, a finalist for the 2014 Sundance Screenwriting Lab and the recipient of two Kenneth Rainin Foundation grants from the San Francisco Film Society. Wilson’s recent short documentary film THE TREE premiered at the 2017 DOC NYC Film Festival and screened at the MoMA’s 2019 Doc Fortnight program. He is the producer, director of photography and editor for Water Makes Us Wet directed by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, which premiered at documenta14 and recently screened at the MoMA. In 2013, he was the Director of Photography and Producer for INTERIOR. LEATHER BAR, a hybrid documentary feature that premiered at Sundanceand was released theatrically by Strand Releasing. His photography, artist books and performance work has been exhibited at the Gagosian Gallery, Brandhorst Museum, Blanton Museum and the Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth. Wilson grew up in a cul-de-sac in suburban Atlanta and received his MFA in Film Production from the University of Texas-Austin.

Producer Emile Bokaer
Emile Bokaer is a film producer and editor living and working in Oakland, California. His production company Dogpatch Films has produced award-winning films including True Conviction (Tribeca Film Festival 2017),True Son (Tribeca Film Festival 2014) and Informant (IDFA; Winner Grand Jury Prize DOC NYC). In 2018, Dogpatch co-produced a series of videos on disability rights and history for the Ford Foundation. Bokaer’s films have shown internationally, including at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and the Media That Matters Film Festival. In 2010 he received an MFA from Stanford University’s graduate program in Documentary Film & Video.