Filmmakers in attendance.
A cinematic invitation to step into contemporary perspectives on family, culture, and career. – Eseel Borlasa
Co-presented with Community Partners: Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance | Los Angeles (APALA-LA), FilmAm Creative, Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC)
Sandra discovers a part of her identity through an exploration of her family’s history on a small island in the Indian Ocean.
A ‘journalist’ is useless at work when his thoughts are inundated with a woman he thinks is the one.
Azat spends quality time with his family since being diagnosed with a terminal illness.
UCLA’s Asian American theater company continues to tackle the question of identity and inclusion 23 years after its founding.
An ex-seminarian and now-struggling filmmaker begins to panic after his wife tells him that God is calling her to quit her job.
A Tokyo-based music promoter and record label owner specializes in the difficult task of distributing Chicano music in Japan.
In therapy, B breaks through cultural conditioning, past loves, and psychological defenses to arrive at True Self.
This short film paints the journey of Vietnamese community leaders as they explore how to reclaim their history and identity through space.