Dreamy Film 'Ava's Impossible Things' Set For Worldwide Release
Ava and her mother are bound by many things. What will set them free?
Ava’s Impossible Things is set for its world release following the premiere at this year’s Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival.
It is the first film to receive an investment from Vimeo’s ‘Share the Screen’ female filmmaking fund, which was launched at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival to support emerging female voices in film.
The heart-wrenching tale of Ava’s Impossible Things tells the story of Ava and her mother, Faye, who are bound by many things - unconditional love, a passion for the arts, a belief in the existence of magic, and an insidious disease that will one day end both their lives.
As Ava witnesses the slow downward spiral of her mother's illness, all she can do is help to keep her spirits up while locking away the fears of her own future. Today is a day like any other, until rare guests and unexpected events compel Faye to make a shocking announcement, sending Ava into a tailspin. Unable to deal with reality, Ava escapes to a dream world filled with old friends and long forgotten desires.
Writer, director, and producer Marina Rice Bader is keeping with the “do-it-her-way" ethos that she is known for, and will release the video on Sunday 17 July, a day after the film's Outfest screening. The talented Bader is no stranger to this unique strategy, having released her 2014 film, Anatomy of a Love Seen, in the same way.
Watch the trailer below.