Directed by Diana Macias
Memory Paste explores the consequences of solutions to growing population and food production and distribution systems that focus on efficiency, cost, and physical nourishment. Set in an unknown time, a young girl and her mother live in a world in which they struggle to survive the elimination of knowledge and cosmology embedded in food no longer available to them.
About the Filmmaker
Diana Macias is a dreamer, drifter, memory collector, sound fanatic, dancer, daughter of storytellers, and family member of Chicago's barrio de las empacadaoras. Formally, she is in her fourth year of studying Environmental Studies and Horticulture, but her friends, families, and communities have always been her educators.
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