The silence of the banana trees
A father finds refuge in memories created together with his daughter, who has been stricken with an illness. She has decided to keep her distance from him, and they have not spoken for years. The film encourages her to reconsider her decision.
Eneos Çarka is a Los Angeles based filmmaker. He graduated from DocNomads Masters on Creative Documentary and he is currently a PhD student in Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Southern California. His films have screened at numerous festivals, galleries, and cultural events. They often focus on character studies and deal with memory, identity, and family relations, paying particular attention to issues of representation and experimenting with various approaches to cinema.