Bill’s Christmas

Bill’s Christmas tells the story of William Paulsen, a man in limbo. When he loses his license to drive his truck and trailer, he finds himself back on the streets again. Bill gives a detailed account of his daily preparations and shares some of his thoughts on life. He shows how his homeless lifestyle takes a lot of work. Bill’s Christmas is a thought-provoking film that questions the meaning of “home.”

Bill’s Christmas was an official selection at the FirstGlance Int’l Film Festival in Los Angeles and won Best Documentary Film, Best Documentary Director and Best Documentary Editor at BYU’s Final Cut Film Festival 2001.

Produced and Directed by David Cromwell
Cinematography and Editing: Christian Vuissa