|All the Ships at Sea|
|Directed by||Dan Sallitt|
|Written by||Dan Sallitt|
|Produced by||Julie Spiegel|
|Edited by||Dan Sallitt|
|Distributed by||Grasshopper Film|
A professor of theology, named Evelyn (Strawn Bovee), and her sister Virginia (Edith Meeks), reunite to discuss their past experiences and what having religious beliefs means to them.
In a positive review for Variety, Scott Foundas said, "To encounter characters this authentically self-aware and introspective in an American film is rare, and pic heightens the effect by keeping the camera motionless and shooting in uncluttered, tableau-like close-ups and two-shots, putting Evelyn and Virginia front and center almost the entire time."
In a retrospective of Sallitt's films, Dana Stevens of Slate wrote about All the Ships at Sea, saying, "The encounter of these two women makes for a philosophically rich, emotionally naked chamber piece that’s reminiscent of Bergman films like Persona or Through the Glass Darkly."