When you’ve grown up all over the world, can you ever really go home again? Home Again poses questions about citizenship, faith, politics, and identity from the perspective of American missionary kids who’ve grown up overseas. Though these kids have lived under the rule of dictators and coped in countries where clean water is difficult to come by, the hardest task can be finding a place to call home — in every sense of the word.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Julie Englander loves non-fiction in its many forms. Currently producing two independent documentaries, she has also worked with Kartemquin Films, Chicago PBS affiliate WTTW, and ABC News. In 2010, she was lucky enough to attend the CPB/PBS Producers Workshop at WGBH. Julie has also written for the Chicago Reader, The Chicago Tribune, and In These Times. She earned her MA from the Journalism School at Columbia University and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Carleton College. She lives in Chicago.