a film by Todd Boruff
USA. 52 mins.
On April 20, 2006, Georgina Joshi, born and raised in South Bend, was a 24-year-old promising opera singer, studying at Indiana University Bloomington’s Jacobs School of Music. That night, Georgina, an amateur pilot, had flown four friends from Bloomington to West Lafayette. On their return to Bloomington, the plane crashed about a half-mile from Monroe County Airport, killing her and her four passengers. The next year, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued its report, saying that weather and pilot error were to blame. Her father, Yatish Joshi, said NO WAY, she was much too good a pilot. And he has been trying ever since to prove that the crash was caused by other factors. In this riveting documentary by an Indiana-based filmmaker, Yatish Joshi fights to clear his daughter’s name.