The Book Keepers
Director: Phil Wall Run Time: 92 min. Release Year: 2020
Determined to keep his late-wife’s dream alive, Dick Wall becomes the unlikely spokesperson for her debut memoir and embarks on an unexpected cross-country promotional tour. He’s joined by his filmmaker son, who is torn between saving his mom’s first book and his concern for how his dad is coping with their new reality. Their inspirational journey sparks discussion on loss, relationships, and the healing power of sharing stories.
Phil Wall is an award-winning filmmaker. He wrote, produced, filmed, directed and edited “The Book Keepers,” which is his third feature documentary. He lives in Brooklyn, NY, where he works on independent and commercial narrative content. Please join us for a q&a with Phil Wall Tuesday, August 30** following both screenings or Wednesday, August 31** following the 7:15 screening.
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