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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Whose Children Are These?

WHOSE CHILDREN ARE THESE? provides a gripping view into the world of three Muslim teenagers affected by post 9/11 domestic anti-terrorism security measures. One…

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Wataridori: Birds of Passage

This important tribute to the Issei (first generation Japanese Americans) integrates the stories of three people who describe a collective history through their personal…

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Based on the memoirs of the filmmaker’s grandmother, TURBANS explores the inner struggles of an Asian Indian immigrant family torn between their cultural traditions…

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To Be Me: Tony Quon

This video portrays the strangeness of a new culture from the perspective of a ten-year-old Hong Kong immigrant. Excellent for multi-cultural grade school audiences.

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Tenderloin Stories

This compilation features impressively lucid and sharp works by 15- and 16-year-old immigrant auteurs and actors. Christina Duculan’s JUST DEAL WITH IT is an…

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Talking History

A compelling mosaic of oral histories and historical footage of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Filipino and Laotian women featuring their journey to the U.S. and…

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The Story of Vinh

An American tragedy in the fullest sense, this moving documentary explores the myth of the American dream and how one young man’s hope for…

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Struggling to feed a family of seven in the midst of a prolonged drought, a Korean farmer stalks his barren fields and painfully deliberates…

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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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