CROWS ARE WHITE
After decades of living a secret life, a filmmaker travels to a strict Japanese monastery in search of guidance but the only monk who will help him prefers ice cream and heavy metal over meditation. Crows are White is an exploration of truth, faith and love, from the top of a mountain to the bottom of a sundae.
Director: Ahsen Nadeem, was born in Saudi Arabia and immigrated first to Ireland and eventually the United States. He’s collaborated on a wide range of projects including producing projects with Ari Aster (dir. HEREDITARY) and John Patton Ford (dir. EMILY THE CRIMINAL). His non-fiction work has appeared in the New York Times and his commercial work includes brands such as Mercedes, Opening Ceremony and Kenzo. CROWS ARE WHITE is his first feature film.