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Film Night: Daisy

A poetic rumination questioning the effects of intergenerational trauma

A black-and-white image of Vivian Maier taking a self portrait in a store window

About the event

Daisy is a poetic rumination that questions the effects of intergenerational trauma after filmmaker Catalina Kulczar’s mother died by suicide in 2021.

This short documentary explores Catalina's family's Jewish identity and immigration history, stemming from 1940s Hungary. Daisy intertwines this journey from the past with how she processes questioning and grief through open-water swimming.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion/Q&A with the film's director, Catalina Kulczar.


WINNER: Best Editing, International Short Film Competition:
Festival International de Cinema João Pessoa. João Pessoa, Brazil May 2024

SPECIAL MENTION: International Documentary Competition:
Porto FEMME International Film Festival, Porto, Portugal April 2024

Film Duration: 30 min
Languages: English, Spanish & Hungarian with English subtitles