made by Braden King. (aka "Home Movie", 2009, 14 minutes)

film must:
have a pantry.
show an undercover pocket of goodness.

Braden King is is the co-director and producer of the 1998 feature documentary, Dutch Harbor: Where the Sea Breaks its Back, made in collaboration with filmmaker and photographer Laura Moya. A lyric examination the life and landscape of an Aleutian Island community off of the west coast of Alaska, the film toured internationally with live soundtrack accompaniment by the critically-acclaimed Boxhead Ensemble and went on to screen in over twenty major International film festivals, including the Rotterdam Film Festival, The Margaret Mead Film Festival, The DoubleTake Documentary Film Festival, The London Film Festival, The Dublin Film Festival, The Singapore International Film Festival, The Melbourne International Film Festival and more.


Commissioned at Park City Grill, Utah. Cinemad visa#039.