Hello Mary

Director: Cort Tramontin
Screenwriters: Jerret Engle, Cort Tramontin

Institute History

  • 1991 Sundance Film Festival


Zoey is an artist. Zoey lives in Poughkeepsie with her boyfriend Jack. Zoey has an art opening in just four days. She can deal with that. What she can’t deal with is that one of her statues is speaking to her . . . and especially this particular statue. Hello Mary is an offbeat tale of discovery in our ongoing search for “contentment.”

Screening Details

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