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The World in Your Window

Short Film (Full Length) – 2017

Parental Guidance
King of Caravans was a doco I made many years ago about a derelict caravan park. It was home to all sorts of people who were desperate for shelter and refuge. As I spent time there and observed these people, my mind kept wondering how on earth would someone get themselves back on track, feel hopeful again and get out of this miserable place.
– Zoe McIntosh on the origins of The World in Your Window, The Stable website, 24 July 2018
The standout for me [among the Show Me Shorts award-winners] was Zoe McIntosh's The World in Your Window ... The film's editing is fluid and beautiful — absolutely world class. And [David Lolofakangalo] Rounds is breathtaking as Jesse with his elfin, pointed face and stooped shoulders that would be more at home on an old man. It's Rounds' weary, wise performance that makes the film so tenderly poignant.
– Annabella Gamboni reviews film festival Show Me Shorts, Regional News, 28 November 2017, page 6