In the 19th century, Fall River, Massachusetts was one of the United States’ great economic success stories. In 2016, USA Today named it the fifth worst city to live in the entire country. Through the intimate reflections of one extraordinary woman, Fall River tells the story of a family’s tragedy, their once-thriving hometown, and how hope can blossom in unexpected places. In the search for closeness, for comfort, for history — what does it mean to be from somewhere?

2018 Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival (World Premiere, Opening Night Ceremony)
2018 Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival (Finalist, Best Documentary Short)
2018 New Hampshire Film Festival (Official Selection)
2018 New Orleans Film Festival (Official Selection)
2018 Pawtucket Film Festival (Official Selection)

NoBudge (Online Premiere)
Directors Notes
Rhode Island Public Radio (via NPR)
The Herald News
Antigravity Magazine

October 2018: Nitehawk Cinema (Brooklyn, New York)