Filmmakers in attendance.
How do parents and children take on the complexities of today’s world? – Eseel Borlasa
A cross-cultural autobiographical story of how Chinese-born filmmaker Hao Wu introduces his modern LGBTQ family in the US to his family back in China.
A stubborn father and son must learn to deal with each other after Mother’s death.
An estranged son purchases a child who can drink and smoke to impress the patriarch of the family.
Struggling with her sexual identity, Michelle, a Chinese American teenager girl, cuts herself while her Chinese-born immigrant mother, busy with the new born baby, thinks everything is fine with Michelle.