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DIRECTOR: Jill Campbell
Q&A with filmmakers Jill Campbell, Gregory Gerhard, Dejan Pavlovic and guest Suse Lowenstein.
PRODUCERS: Jill Campbell, Gregory Gerhard, Veronique Bernard
EDITORS: Jill Campbell
CINEMATOGRAPHERS: Gregory Gerhard, Dejan Pavlovic
Pan Am flight 103 exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland on December 21, 1988. All 259 people on board were killed; 35 of the passengers were Syracuse University students returning home from a semester abroad. Montauk resident Suse Lowenstein, a mother whose son Alex was on board, comes to terms with her grief by leaning on her art, creating a prolific and controversial sculpture garden that reminds people what hate can do to us.
Jill Campbell began her career running lines with Morgan Freeman at the Public Theatre. She produced and wrote for the theater before transitioning to film. She’s produced, directed and edited numerous documentaries including the award-winning “Mr. Chibbs” that premiered at DOC NYC and theatrically at IFC, NYC.
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