The film tells the story of photographer Christopher Capozziello and his twin brother, Nick, who has cerebral palsy. Nick is an adult, living with his parents. He is often treated like a child, although he physically feels like an old man. Capozziello has used his photography over two decades to document his brother, as a means of trying to make sense of the reason his brother faces certain struggles through life while he does not.
In 2003, Capozziello received The Alexia First Place Student Winner for For God, Race and Country, a stirring, frightening project that examines how the Ku Klux Klan, after over 135 years in existance, continues to pass the torch to its next generation.
The event will take place at 6.45 p.m. at the IFP Media Center at 30 John Street in Brooklyn. The screening will be followed by a discussion with photographer and film’s main character Christopher Capozziello, Director Brian Storm, and Producer/Editor Eric Maierson.
While the event is free, you must have a ticket to enter. There are only a few seats remaining, so if you would like to attend, RSVP here now.