The Story Continues
- Shorts Programs
- 117 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
Carrying a legacy founded 19 years ago in Visual Communications’ Armed With a Camera (AWC) Fellowship program, these alumni stay committed to their craft and their community, bringing a bit of everything to the lineup, including a mother’s dying wish, a wild lady-punk musical, a visit from a not-so-angelic messenger angel, and more.
Join us on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 2pm PT for C3: The Story Continues, 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 Jing Niu
Determined to fulfill their mother’s dying wishes, Wei fights to free their sister’s imprisoned soul so their family can be reunited in the afterlife.
Directed by Roxy Shih
When Evan wakes up stranded in the desert, he meets a not-so-angelic messenger angel named Dawn who is assigned to guide him home.
Directed by Weldon Wong Powers
An outdoor acoustic performance of the song “Fireworks” by Shanon Serikaku and Lamar Woods.
Directed by Stanley Wong, Travis Ashkenasy
A couple heads to a party to scout out a “unicorn,” believing it to be the key to saving their relationship. The girl hosting the party desperately waits for a guy to show up. Sitcom hilarity ensues, literally.
Directed by Yoko Okumura
Punk singer Lex looks back at the mistakes she made as a teen girl that stemmed from her toxic misunderstanding about virginity.
Directed by Raymond C. Lai
DJ Logan’s Fun inadvertently discovers a strain of marijuana that allows him to see that certain people aren’t exactly what they appear to be.
Directed by Rajendra Thakurathi
A couple decides their fate on a rainy summer night.
Directed by Angela Chen
Parallel stories of broken relationships between parents and their children striving for the American Dream, all revolving around one explosive night at a fast-food joint.
Directed by Conrad Ikaika Lihilihi
A Hawaiian actor drowns in the concrete tsunami that is Hollywood, but his small town cousin unexpectedly shows up, reminding him of ohana and aloha.
Directed by Ted Chung
Tom plans the moment of a lifetime, but is derailed by an unexpected interruption.
Join us for an artist conversation with the filmmakers featured in the short film program “The Story Continues,” as we discuss how these alumni of Visual Communications’ Armed With a Camera (AWC) Fellowship stay committed to their craft and community, and how they have progressed in their filmmaking career since participating in the program.