A fragmentary narrative of two women whose lives are distant from each other yet hold traces of one another. This film conjures the ghosts that hover over the day to day lives of these two women; it is a rumination on the experience of the immigrant within and without the diaspora and the ways in which personal/familial memory seeps through the surface of every day life.
Mother's Apricot CompoteDirector Statement
Nia Fekri is an artist, writing and film maker living and working London. She graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2020.
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