306 Hollywood

USA/Hungary, 94 Minutes, English and Italian (with English subtitles), Not Rated


State Theatre - Screen 2 Sat, Jun 2, 2018 6:45 PM
State Theatre - Screen 1 Sun, Jun 3, 2018 1:00 PM
Michigan Theater - Screening Room Mon, Jun 4, 2018 4:30 PM
Event Info
Film Section:US Documentary
Category:US Documentary
Ann Arbor
Sponsored By:Connie Crump & Jay Simrod
Audience Award:Yes
Film Info
Run Time (in minutes):94 minutes
Production Country:United States
Previous Festivals:Cleveland International Film Festival
Montclair Film Festival
Sundance Film Festival
Festival Awards:Best of Next! Audience Award Nominee (Sundance 2018)
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Elan and Jonathan Bogarin


Do objects retain a spark of life from their owner after that person dies? This question catapults a dynamic brother-sister filmmaking duo on an odyssey to excavate their deceased grandma Annette’s unassuming Newark home of 71 years. Toothbrushes, tax documents, three vacuum cleaners—her motley collection of stuff becomes a universe unto itself, springing to life in the cinematic playground of this innovative documentary. In ELAN and JONATHAN BOGARÍN’s inventive hands, the white clapboard house transforms into a magical-realist landscape replete with animated 1950s dresses and mysterious visits from physicists and fashion conservators. And when they discover a 1972 cassette tape and use actors to lip-sync intimate family conversations, it’s like a new dimension cracks open from the netherworld. In 306 Hollywood, fragments of a modest life mingle mystically—creating a profound meditation on memory bursting at the seams with love. --Sundance Film Festival

Sponsored by Connie Crump & Jay Simrod