An all-male foster family tries to enjoy one last morning together, before their unity will be broken by what was inevitable all along.
JORDI WIJNALDA (Haarlem, 1990) is an itinerant filmmaker, constantly impressed by everyday life. A graduate of Columbia University’s esteemed film program, he saw his graduation film SOUTHWEST shortlisted for a Student Academy Award (2014) and premiering at MoMA for New Directors/New Films. Once back in Europe, he translated his love for film and people into the short films NOW WHAT? (2014), LUKAS AAN ZEE (2016) and GILLES (2017). He works for groundbreaking film organisations such as the Holland Film Meeting and International Film Festival Rotterdam, was selected for the 5th Artist Academy of the New York Film Festival, and developed his feature script FOREIGNERS (together with Wander Theunis) at the Cine Qua Non Script Revision Lab (Mexico) and the Mediterranean Film Institute (Greece), among others, with support from the Netherlands Film Fund. He is currently developing his feature film ideas - most of them proudly queer in character - in collaboration with producer Rogier Kramer (Dutch Mountain Film).