Below the surface of a grim metropolis, a pigeon's feather unexpectedly lands on the head of an unsuspecting passenger, triggering a momentary connection in a train full of strangers.

  • USA
  • 2002, 8 min
  • Director: J.T. Walker
  • Director of photography: Joe Arcidiacono
  • Editor: Cliff Birbrower
  • Screenplay: J.T. Walker & Daniel Fisher
  • Music: John Turner
  • Cast: James Urbaniak, Christina Kirk
  • Contacts: La Gloria Films
  • Producer: Saskia Rifkin
  • Production: La Gloria Films

J.T. Walker

J.T.Walker (Austin, Texas) studied film at Columbia University and now lives in New York. His first film, Oldtimers, won the Special Jury Prize at the San Francisco IFF and has been screened at many other festivals. His second film, Passengers, has featured at Sundance, Telluride, Hamptons and Taos, and other festivals.