I Want You To Know
- Shorts Programs
- 105 mins
This program is only available to viewers in Southern California (excluding San Diego County) from October 1, 2020 at 12pm PT to October 31, 2020 at 11:59pm PT. Click here to watch the program on Eventive.WATCH NOW
From standing up to a bully to confessing his feelings for a friend, these narrative works show that honest communication is not always easy. — Eseel Borlasa
Join us on Friday, October 16, 2020 at 2pm PT for C3: I Want You To Know, an artist conversation featuring the filmmakers and special guests. RSVPs open the Thursday before the event. Click here to learn more.
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In this program
Directed by Vishnu Vallabhaneni
On the first day of Ramadan, a young architect attempts to fast for the first time while trying to win a major contract.
Directed by Leena Pendharkar
Amidst mounting family tensions, a poised businesswoman struggles to care for her Alzhiemers stricken mother.
Directed by Christopher Low
Eddie, a first generation Chinese American, struggles with raising a black son, having to face deep seated prejudice from his family, culture, and himself.
Directed by Kevin J. Nguyễn
When a surprise party interrupts his plans, John has to find a moment to confess his feelings for Henry before Henry moves the next day.
Directed by Jeffrey Fong
A Vietnamese man assimilates into an American lifestyle, but his life gets derailed after a sexual accident causes him to have an Asian accent.
Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang
A repressed Chinese American girl joins a group of misfits who adopt her and challenge her to find her own voice.
Directed by Yasir Masood
With the ghosts of his father and brother haunting his household, Reza gets pressured into getting his first tattoo.
Directed by Kenya Gillespie
A shy 10-year-old girl fights off her bullies with a little help from her idol: decorated U.S. figure skater Michelle Kwan.
Join us for an artist conversation with the filmmakers featured in the short film program “I Want You To Know” to discuss how honest communication is not always easy.