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Year2010 Duration68 min. DirectorBrent Green WriterBrent Green, Kozloskie, Mike McGinley Web

Spanish premiere

Leonard and Mary meet in a car crash. They fall instantly in love, and live happily ever after…until Mary gets sick. Desperate to save her, Leonard decides that if he builds a house for Mary, it will heal her. Leonard loves Mary so much he builds a house to save her life. Self-taught animator Brent Green built a town, a moon and stars to make a film about their love and our myths. Inspired by the real actions of the eccentric Leonard Wood, filmmaker and musician Brent Green brings to life this love story like no other in his first feature-length film.  Shot entirely on the full-scale town he built in his backyard, Green combines animation, stop-motion and live-action in an ethereal opus to lovers and tinkerers everywhere.
Rotterdam International Film Festival; Idea Festival, Louisville; Ottawa Animation Festival, Houston New Media Festival, San Francisco International Animation Festival, Waterloo Animation Festival.

Brent Green

Brent Green is a self-taught animated filmmaker and artist who lives and works in rural Cressona, Pennsylvania. His films have been shown at the Sundance Film Festival (2006-9), MoMA, the Getty Center, Warhol Museum, the Walker Arts Center, Hammer Museum, the Rotterdam International Film Festival and a ton of other museums and festivals around the world. He’s had solo shows at the Andrew Edlin Gallery (NYC), Bellwether Gallery(NYC), the Sculpture Center (Cleveland), CAM St. Louis (St. Louis, MO), Site Santa Fe (Santa Fe, NM), The Berkeley Art Museum, Matrix program, the ASU Art Museum (Tempe, AZ), DiverseWorks (Houston, TX) and HallWalls (Buffalo, NY). Green’s artwork is represented by the Andrew Edlin Gallery, NYC.  He is a 2005 Creative Capital grantee.
Selected filmography
's Red Ears (2002)
Francis (2003)
Hadacol Christmas (2005)
Paulina Hollers (2006)
Carlin (2007)
Walt Whitman's Brain (2008)
Weird Carolers (2009)
Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then (2010)
Promoted by
Gobierno de Navarra
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With the aid of
Con la financiación del Gobierno de España. Instituto de la Cinematografía y las Artes Audiovisuales Acción Cultural Española Plan de Recuperación, Transformación y Resiliencia Financiado por la Unión Europea. NexGenerationEU

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