Filmmakers in attendance.
Visual Communications is proud to guide the next generation of storytellers in visualizing their amazing stories through the Armed With a Camera Fellowship. Watch these films that range from a documentary on a mother’s reconciliation with her cancer prognosis, to a visionary experimental representation of toxic masculinity, to a narrative of estranged brothers coming together for the first time in wake of a family crisis. — Milton Liu
This program is dedicated to Elizabeth Sung.
Two estranged brothers visit their childhood spot in downtown Los Angeles in an attempt to reconcile.
Dahlia lies to everyone – her husband, her lover, herself; but, the most dangerous lie she’s telling may not be so obvious…
Ignored by her busy son, a lonely Indian mother in the US steps out of her comfort zone to make a new friend.
DAY BY DAY explores the changing relationship within a Korean marriage when the wife is diagnosed with Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer.
An conversation on gender politics through the way objects open and break, voiced by you and me.
A woman recounts the last moment of a crumbling relationship in the form of a journal entry.
Eric’s family dinners are just like any other. They come with its fair share of drama, discomfort, and dilemmas.
A personal and non-linear portrait of Orange County’s Little Saigon exploring a history of war & displacement – in regards to how memories are embodied.