An Interloper’s Kiss

Directed by Grace Kim

A portrait of a woman’s everyday domestic life from the perspective of an unlikely, voyeuristic love interest.

Directed by Grace Kim

About the filmmaker: Grace Kim is a Korean-American filmmaker who takes a lens to the mundane and minutiae to explore universal human experiences of loneliness, loss, isolation, and ultimately, connection. Grace’s short films have screened nationwide at festivals such as the Hamptons International Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, and Tall Grass Film Festival amongst others. Outside of festivals, her work has screened at the Museum of the Moving Image, Syndicated Theater, and the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport. Her debut short Loveseat was a finalist for the 2020 Horizon Award presented at the Sundance Film Festival.
Her work has been supported by the Atlanta Film Society for the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, NYC Women’s Fund, administered by the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Local Arts Fund administered by the Brooklyn Arts Council. She has held residency with the Saltonstall Foundation.

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Are We Alone?

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