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Elysian Fields is a well-known New Orleans street and the setting for Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire.” But in Greek mythology, it’s the final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous. We’ve curated this block to include four films with very unique approaches to grief and mourning, including FUNERAL, GRAMERCY, APPRECIATION, and WATERS OF MARCH.

Runtime: 67 minutes

March is a young man, who upon losing the matriarch of his family, his grandmother, becomes physically and emotionally devastated. Without much space or attention to grieve, March creates liminal mental spaces/worlds where he searches for traces of his Grandmother amidst darkness and uncertainty.

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  • Runtime
    17 minutes
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  • Director
    Chase Johnson
  • Screenwriter
    Chase Johnson
  • Producer
    Suveer Bhatia
  • Cinematographer
    William E. Rouse
  • Editor
    Nick Escobar