I’ll Tell You When You’re Older
- Shorts Programs
- 86 mins
Filmmakers in attendance. Film program will be followed by Q&A
Films of people trying to live together as family, at the risk of perishing together as fools. As these films take hold, what would you keep and let go? — Kirby Peñafiel
In this program
Directed by Candace Ho
A Taiwanese American woman is forced to confront the harsh reality of her mother’s dementia.
Directed by Paolo Bitanga
A mother′s home comes alive once a year, when her many children return for the holidays and play on their piano.
Directed by Julian Doan
Undertakers wait on a family’s final farewells, as one son struggles to say goodbye to his dead father.
Directed by Ernest Lesmana
Sri’s weekly routine is to accompany her mother during alternative therapy. Today might be their last visit.
Directed by Hannah Bang
A teenager tries to convince her runaway mother to return home.
Directed by Jane Chow
In Los Angeles Chinatown, a lonely teenager tries to help her parents keep their seafood restaurant afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Directed by Masami Kawai
In the near-future Los Angeles, where a drought has worsened, an old immigrant woman braves the city to search for water.