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In 'The House We Lived In,' filmmaker Tim O'Donnell documents his father's brain injury recovery

Filmmaker Tim O'Donnell (right) with his father Tod, the subject of the film, "The House We Lived In."
Filmmaker Tim O'Donnell (right) with his father Tod, the subject of the film, "The House We Lived In."

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Tim O’Donnell quit his teaching job to become a filmmaker — but he never thought one of his first projects would be a documentary about his father’s brain injury.

Here & Now‘s Lisa Mullins speaks with Tim O’Donnell about his film “The House We Lived In” that’s part of the San Francisco Documentary Festival from June 1 to 12.

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