Paralyzed by fear of the outside world, a traumatized man seeks refuge in an abandoned house until the arrival of a cheerfully intrusive neighbor.
Grace Glowicki is a Canadian filmmaker, producer and actor. In 2016, she was awarded a Sundance Special Jury Award for Outstanding Performance for her role in Her Friend Adam, and was later named a 2016 TIFF Rising Star. She has co-created or co-starred in films which have played at Sundance, Slamdance, SXSW, Tribeca and more. Tito is her feature-length directorial debut.
Queef (cm, 2016), Tito (2019)
“[…] The fear women must endure as a result of predation does not truly belong to them – it belongs to the (often) male predators who provoke it. With this in mind, I decided to perform Tito using cross-gender acting to exorcize the fear that echoes through female bodies, and regift it to the male psyche from whom it originates. I also felt a conviction that the best way to communicate these ideas would be through an unusually physical, silent, almost clown-like performance. I wanted to bring a comic universality to my performance of this character which could be accessed from a wide variety of backgrounds and perspectives. I aim for Tito to act as a lightning rod for emotional recognition in women, and a catalyst for empathy in men who, consciously
or unconsciously, objectify them.”
Canada, 2019, 71’, col.
regia, sceneggiatura/director, screenplay
Brendan Mills, Grace Glowicki
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Grace Glowicki (Tito), Ben Petrie (il vicino amichevole/friendly neighbor)
Miriam Levin-Gold, Ben Petrie, Grace Glowicki
Featured Creatures, Hawkeye Pictures