Daniel helps prepare a friend’s iconic Chicago home for sale as his family confronts a series of health crises.
About the Filmmakers
Daniel Hymanson (director, producer) is a documentary filmmaker living in New York City. His first feature So Late So Soon premiered at the 2020 True/False Film Festival. Oscilloscope Pictures distributed the film, which the IDA Documentary Awards shortlisted for Best Feature in 2021. Daniel’s directing work has received support from the Sundance Institute, the Gotham, the Illinois Arts Council, and the True/False & Catapult Rough Cut Retreat. He was an associate producer on The Last Season (Independent Spirit Award nominee) and Western (Special Jury Prize at Sundance), as well as production designer on Other Months (SXSW). Filmmaker Magazine named him one of its “25 New Faces of Independent Film” in 2020 and DOC NYC included him on its 40 Under 40 list in 2021.
Isidore Bethel (editor, producer) is a filmmaker and educator. Films he has edited and produced include Iliana Sosa’s What We Leave Behind (SXSW), Laurent Bécue-Renard’s Of Men and War (Cannes), Juan Manuel Sepúlveda’s La Balada del Oppenheimer Park (Mexican Academy Award Nominee), Juan Pablo González’s Caballerango (IDFA), Daniel Hymanson’s So Late So Soon (True/False), Dominique Cabrera’s Grandir (ACID Cannes), Merete Mueller’s “Blue Room” (Hot Docs), and Toby Bull’s “Some Kind of Intimacy” (Sundance London). One of Filmmaker’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film'' in 2020, he has directed two features, Liam (Paris LGBTQ+ Film Festival Jury Prize) and Acts of Love (Hot Docs). He has taught at La Fémis, Sarah Lawrence College, and Parsons Paris.