“If Walls Could Talk” is an experimental film that uses sound and static visuals to showcase the past liveliness of a now abandoned home. Filmmakers Keefe Jassoy and Morgan Landry came together by individually telling the same personal story and putting the pieces together. 

The home the film was shot in was Keefe Jassoys grandmother’s house. It has since fallen into disrepair but Keefe still enjoys visiting and the memories he has had here. Keefe uses still images of his family and of the home to tell the story of his family home. Morgan Landry used authentic audio clips from her family video archives to create a natural and unscripted audio mix to help viewers imagine the life the house once had. The two filmmakers bring their family history together to create this emotional film.