2018 | 00:24:00 | United States | English | Color | Stereo | 4:3 | Video

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: Autobiography, Diary, Documentary, Family, Gender, LGBTQ, Portrait, Transgender

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LYNDALE is a story of shifting family dynamics, told through the relationship of two brothers. Shot on ten different video formats, this experimental documentary is both the story of a Chicago family, and a record of the digital revolution in the early 2000s. The piece takes place over a six-year period during which filmmakers Oli Rodriguez and Victoria Stob shared a house with Rodriguez’s brother, Jeff. LYNDALE begins with the conflictual relationship between Jeff and his mother and gradually expands in scope, exploring how one family navigates childhood adversity, queer identities, conceptions of masculinity, and mental illness.

Prizes + Awards

IC DOCS, Jury Award for Best Documentary Short, 2019


Onion City Experimental Film + Video Festival
Chicago, IL

Exhibitions + Festivals

IC DOCS, 2019