Fire Through Dry Grass uncovers the devastation experienced by New York City nursing home residents during the COVID-19 pandemic and their fight to be seen, heard—and survive.
A developmentally disabled man and his friends attempt to redefine their roles as caregivers and client at the heart of an urban community.
Lindsay Sablosky has production and editing credits on several feature-length documentaries and has worked on numerous PBS series including Frontline and Season by Season, and the A&E cable series Biography. She is the co-producer of the award-winning documentary Daddy & Papa, a story of gay fatherhood in America, which premiered at the… Show more Sundance Film Festival and on Independent Lens in 2002. Show less
Gannet, a 22-year old developmentally disabled young man with symptoms resembling autism, is unable to speak or walk unassisted. His friends are a close-knit group of artists and musicians looking for inspiration and space for their creativity. When Gannet moves out of his mother's house, he moves into their world . . . or is it the other way around? As these friends attempt to form a household together, they create an extraordinary world of interdependence and survival.