Out of Poison Tree 2

Out of the Poison Tree

The antidote is truth. On the eve of the long-awaited Khmer Rouge trial, an American survivor of the genocide returns to Cambodia hoping to…

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Love Ltd.

A sister and brother turn a dysfunctional family dinner into an unappreciated coming out party when each try to proudly share details of their…

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Sentenced Home

Like many young Cambodian Americans who arrived in the U.S. as refugees in the ’80s, Loeun Lun, Many Uch and Kim Ho Ma hoped…

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Yellow Brotherhood

Three young Asian American men recall meeting in the Yellow Brotherhood community basketball team at age six and later discovering the incredible 30-year history…

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Sin Lee is a Korean American teenager who gets robbed while working alone at his dad’s grocery store. Already feeling pressure to prove the…

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Wet Sand: Voices from L.A.

Filmmaker Dai Sil Kim-Gibson explores the aftermath of the 1992 LA Civil Unrest in her film WET SAND. Her groundbreaking 1993 documentary SA-I-GU stands…

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37 Stories About Leaving Home

This fascinating experimental documentary examines the relationships between grandmothers, mothers and daughters in Japan. Interwoven throughout the interviews with these women is a folk…

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Terminal USA

Dignity, tradition and stereotypes are trashed in this psychedelic look at a dysfunctional Japanese American family – a drug dealing nihilist with a girlfriend…

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An intimate and raw look at the private life of a single mother, this black-and-white Super-8 experimental short delves into the unglamorous emotions that…

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The Split Horn

THE SPLIT HORN follows the emotional saga of Paja Thao, a Hmong shaman, and his family in the U.S. They were transplanted from the…

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Distinguished by superior directing and ensemble acting, Helen Lee’s SOPHIE is a somber, disquieting portrait of a Korean American family trapped in the miserable…

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