Synopses & Reviews
A strange and lovely story about an agoraphobe's encounter with a young boy. Miranda July is a filmmaker, performance artist, writer and multi-media tour-de-force. Read this and you'll understand why Miranda July is intriguing in any genre.
About the Author
Miranda July is a writer who also makes movies, performances, recordings and combinations of these things. July was awarded the Camera d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival for her first feature which she wrote and directed, Me and You and Everyone We Know
, which premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Her short film "Nest of Tens" was shown in the 2002 Whitney Biennial for which July was also commissioned to produce a sound installation, "The Drifters." July was also invited to the 2004 Whitney Biennial with her participatory website, learningtoloveyoumore.com, created in collaboration with artist Harrell Fletcher. July's stories can be read in the Paris Review
, the Harvard Review
and Black Clock
. Her radio performances can be heard regularly on NPR's The Next Big Thing
Emma Hedditch is an artist living in London. She loves working with and doing things for other people. Her projects include "A Pattern" which is an ongoing, collectively shot and edited video collected since 2000, "Now That We Are Persons" an article about maternity for Mute magazine and "Video Home, Come On" a home-video viewing and archive project in Brixton where she lives. She is currently working on an animation called "This Is What We Have Done, and This Is What We Are Doing" about some of her friends and the things they do.