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Directed by Set Hernandez

Cast: Pedro

 Open Captions and Audio Description

Filmmakers in attendance. Film program will be followed by Q&A.

Filmmaker Set Hernandez makes their Feature Directorial debut with a profound multi-platform documentary that expands the audience experience of non-fiction storytelling. The film follows Pedro, an aspiring social worker who happens to be a blind, undocumented immigrant.

Through ambient sound and experimental cinematography, Hernandez effects a new truth-telling by visualizing to the audience what its like to be blind. It is an elevated example of how Cinema can build understanding.

Accessibility note: This film will have open captions and audio description available.

Writer: Set Hernandez, Daniel Chávez-Ontiveros, Pedro
Producer: Set Hernandez, Day Al-Mohamed, Félix Endara
Executive Producer: Diane Quon
Director of Photography: Set Hernandez
Additional Cinematography: Richard Hama
Editor: Daniel Chávez-Ontiveros, Set Hernandez
Composer: DeAndre James Allen-Toole
Sound Designer: IMRSV Sound
Original Song: Julie Yeeun Kim, produced and arranged by Brandon Jung

Dates & Times


Japanese American National Museum

Sat, May 6
12:00 pm