How can a mother navigate New York’s architecture when it is in direct conflict with her?
Something You’ve Never Told Me
Long-time friends face escalating tensions and rivalry during a weekend getaway at a secluded vacation home, culminating in a competitive, booze-fueled night after bringing a local barback home.
Relationship to Patient
A woman arrives at the hospital to visit the man she’s dating, but in navigating her way to his bedside she begins to question whether she really belongs there.
When You Left Me on That Boulevard
Teenager Ly and her cousins get high before a boisterous family Thanksgiving at their auntie’s house in southeast San Diego in 2006.
An impressionistic fable, seen through the eyes of a young outcast (Ciela) with a vivid imagination, who forms a secret friendship with an octopus.
Holding On To Water
In 1973, my father escaped the Chinese Cultural Revolution by swimming to Hong Kong. Through two long conversations, I finally learned his story.
A Siege (Ostrom)
1994, Sarajevo. No water, no electricity nor food in the town under siege.
A mother and her daughter are going through a very stressful time together.
A newly immigrated Korean father goes into a deli trying to order food for his family.
Lam, a Vietnamese international student, welcomes her younger sister, Phuong, to her Chicago apartment. Phuong brings a DVD of their father’s funeral, which Lam could not attend.