Daddy (2011) - Watch Online. Directed by Sydney Southam

Genres Drama     Short    
Director    
Country UK, Canada
Language English
Runtime 4 min
Plot My father's suicide has been the driving force behind my work since 2009. I began by closely examining my family's impeccable 16mm archival footage. Consisting of hours of beautiful film shot by my Grandfather, this began my journey into my family history and the nature of the archive. An interest that was sparked by my obsession with the death of my father, and which culminates here with a piece focusing quite clearly on his death. Consisting of archival footage from my father's childhood and my own, along with footage shot by myself at the site of his death, this video piece is truly a succinct portrayal of my visceral reaction to the knowledge of my father's suicide.... search for Daddy on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Sydney Southam Drama, Short Movie

  • Sydney Southam - Daddy

    Daddy. 2011. After a years long journey into the memory of this one event, I ended up here.. Consisting of archival footage from my fathers childhood and my own, along with footage shot by myself at the site of his death, ...

    http://sydneysoutham.com/artwork/2156530_Daddy.html

  • Daddy (Video 2011) - IMDb

    Directed by Sydney Southam. My father's suicide has been the driving force behind my work since 2009. I began by closely examining my family's impeccable 16mm archival footage. Consisting of hours of beautiful film ...

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2049420/

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