Feast of the Epiphany

[A] meditative banquet of ideas that's distinctly one part ensemble millennial drama and one part agricultural documentary.


Feast of the Epiphany

On a weekend day like any other, the simple meal a young woman prepares for friends takes on unexpected significance. Revelry turns to meditations on mortality, and the tiniest, hard-won gesture of goodness comes from an unexpected party. Night turns to day, and the film takes viewers somewhere else entirely. Feast of the Epiphany connects interior portraits and exterior landscapes, grief and renewal, the city and the countryside, the imaginary and the actual. A work about the mysterious magic of human collaboration, Feast of the Epiphany is a reminder that the fictions we create for ourselves are often made visible by invisible realities.
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Jeff Reichert
Farihah Zaman
Nick Shager, Variety

In “Feast of the Epiphany,” a narrative-documentary hybrid, the line between fiction and reality is demarcated quite clearly, even as those two modes remain in constant dialogue — and the conceit is entrancing precisely because of its elusiveness. Beginning as the overtly make-believe story of a ...

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