The Columbarium

 

Do you have to be alive to be considered part of a neighborhood? This short black and white film shot on Super 16mm explores the concept of death through the eyes of Emmitt Watson, the long-time caretaker of close to 80,000 cremated remains at the Neptune Society Columbarium of San Francisco, and how we can still be a part of a community even after we go.

Screenings:

Fandor

Sheffield Doc/Fest 2015

Slamdance Film Festival 2015

San Francisco Docfest 2015

Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2015

Indie Grits Festival 2015

Cinequest Film Festival 2015

Sarasota Film Festival 2015

Florida Film Festival 2015

San Francisco Black Film Festival 2015, 2017

James River Film Society Short Film Competition 2015

Skyline Indie Film Festival 2015 (Best Documentary)

University Film and Video Association (UFVA) Conference, 2015 (Best Documentary Short)

Starz Denver Film Festival 2014

Virginia Film Festival 2014

Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center Exhibition: Brought to Light, 2014