International Program 4
The Neighbors' Window
A story about Alli, a mother of young children who has grown frustrated with her daily routine and her husband. When two twenty-somethings move in across the street, she discovers that she can see into their apartment and develops a Rear Window-style obsession with their free-spirited lives.
Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia 2019 (Japan) International Competition Best Actress Award
Director : Marshall Curry
Marshall Curry is a four-time Academy Award nominated documentary and fiction director, cinematographer, and editor. His films cover a wide range of interests and include STREET FIGHT, about Cory Booker's first run for mayor of Newark, N.J.; RACING DREAMS, which tells the story of two boys and a girl who dream of becoming NASCAR drivers; IF A TREE FALLS: A STORY OF THE EARTH LIBERATION FRONT, which chronicles a radical environmental group; POINT AND SHOOT, about an American who leaves home to join the Libyan revolution; and A NIGHT AT THE GARDEN, about a Nazi rally that filled Madison Square Garden in 1939. His latest fiction short THE NEIGHBORS' WINDOW premiered at Tribeca Film Festival and won an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short. His films have won top honors at Sundance and Tribeca, played in theaters and on television around the world, and earned two Writers Guild of America nominations. Curry also Executive Produced and helped to edit MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS, a comedy documentary about the indie rock band, The National.