In his award winning short documentary, Jennifer, filmmaker Stewart Copeland explores his relationship with his mother through a recorded conversation between eighth-grade students and astronauts aboard the international space station. Utilizing home movies, found footage, ambient music and voice over, combined with Copeland's own imagery, the film explores the distant spaces between memory and history; hope and fear; longing and loss, creating something both personal and universal.

Jennifer was broadcast nationally on PBS as part of POV's Emmy Award winning 2009 season. 

Past Screenings

+ The Big Sky International Documentary Film Festival / FEB 13-22 2009 USA

+ The Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival / MAR 6-8 2009 USA

+ Nashville Film Festival / APR 21 & 23 2009 USA

+ The Atlanta Film Festival / APR 22 & 24 2009 USA

+ Indie Memphis / OCT 12 2009 USA

+ San Francisco Documentary Festival / OCT 16-29 2009 USA

+ St. Louis International Film Festival / NOV 12-22 2009 USA

+ CINECITY The Brighton Film Festival / NOV 19th-Dec 6th 2009 UK


Best Mini-Doc / Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

Tennessee Independent Spirit Award / Nashville Film Festival

Special Jury Award for Documentary Short / Indie Memphis