Directed by Elan Bogarín and Jonathan Bogarín (US/Hungary, 2018, 95 min.). Digital.
306 Hollywood is a whimsical documentary by two siblings who undertake an archeological excavation of the house of their late grandmother, Annette. The story unfolds in a cinematic language fusing documentary and fiction, with myth and fairy tale as inspiration. The house, once familiar, transforms into a magical-realist landscape: the living room becomes a forest, the basement an archeological site, and the house a scale model. A train travels through the kitchen.
Ten years of interviews with Annette between ages 83 and 93 provide a remarkably honest and humorous reflection on her life. Inspired by the work of Agnès Varda and Wes Anderson, Annette’s stories are woven together with stylized documentation of the house and its many objects.
Co-presented with the Boston Jewish Film Festival.
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