Chris Andrews walked 3,200 miles across the United States to research the effects of digital overuse on our wellbeing. His spiritual and social journey challenges Americans to reimagine their relationship with technology and find balance in the digital age. This film meets Chris in Joshua Tree National park after 2,900 miles on the road. His message is simple: what is at stake is a connection to ourselves, to the people around us, and to the world we live in.
SCREENING | SATURDAY, JULY 14TH |CROWLEY THEATER
SHORT DOC | USA |USA Premiere, 8mins.
Rachel Klein is a Texas raised, Brooklyn based cinematographer and director. Her cinematography has been described as “crisp and luminous.” She has shot award winning short films and Vimeo staff picks videos. Her cinematography work has taken her all over the world, shooting primarily for organizations fighting for human rights and opportunity. She is currently shooting for Tom Donahue’s upcoming documentary about gender disparity in Hollywood.
“Let’s Talk” is her documentary directorial debut film.
Directed by Rachel Klein
Executive Producer: Christopher Andrews