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Film Available to Stream
Fri, Apr 9 at 12:01 am – Sun, Apr 18 at 11:59 pm PST
Lily Hevesh delights in creating intricate designs with dominoes, temporary installations that last just long enough to knock down. It is a passion she discovered at nine, founding a YouTube channel soon after to display her colorful creations. Nearly two million subscribers, appearances on the The Tonight Show, corporate events, and various conventions later, Lily is a Gen Z star. Executive Produced by Kelly Marie Tran, Jeremy Workman’s lively documentary spotlights Lily’s inspired, labor-intensive installations and offers an insightful portrait of a vibrant artist and entrepreneur who has turned play into her life’s work. Recommended for ages 9 and up.
Closed captioning will be available for this film.
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Katie Hall and Tom Knutsen
Jeremy Workman is a filmmaker and editor. He made his feature documentary debut with Who Is Henry Jaglom? (1995). His other features include Magical Universe (2013), about Barbie doll photographer Al Carbee, and The World Before Your Feet (2018), about a man who spent years walking every block of New York City.
Director Jeremy Workman
Producer Robert J. Lyons
Executive Producer Kelly Marie Tran
Editor Jeremy Workman
Cinematographer Jeremy Workman, Michael Lisnet
Music Carly Comando