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If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home By Now

16mm, 15 minutes. 2001

Sound Recording: Mary Feaster
Voice: Bob Adrian

If you lived here, you'd be home by now is about the divisiveness over land, the relationship of public and private space in small town America. Landscape stills are juxtaposed to stories "ripped from the headlines" of
a small-town newspaper. The struggle over public space described int he stories, reflect universal concepts of space, privacy and property owenership everywhere.


Honorable Mention, Ann Arbor Film Festival, 2003

Honorable Mention Award, Black Maria Film Festival, 2003

Best Experimental Film, Bearded Child Film Festival, 2002

Experimental Award, Athens International Film & Video Festival, 2002