Invisibilia Producer B.A. Parker is in the strange position of being simultaneously remembered and forgotten.

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Love and Lapses

Producer B.A. Parker is in the strange position of being simultaneously remembered and forgotten.

Producer B.A. Parker started recording her calls with her father because she was concerned about the care at his nursing home. But the recordings gave her a window into something very different: their relationship. So she started recording her calls with her grandmother as well. A story of relationships told through the small recorded calls between people who love each other.

Love And Lapses

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