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This collection of short films is filled with stories of the struggles of love, life, and family that resonate across lands and cultures. —Sunbin Song
Total Runtime: 78 min
Norman Mao is a 33-year-old man-child living with his parents in Hong Kong. Desperate to find him a wife, his parents take him to New York for Norman’s last chance to escape a life of loneliness.
Through one brief phone conversation, star-crossed lovers from around the world face the differences that could threaten true love.
The life of the maintenance man of an apartment building is dull and mundane, but one morning he finds a mysterious package sitting on his desk.
Standing in Water
Directed by: Chadd Harbold
Runtime: 13 min
Ka’ai, the achiever in her family, is excited to leave Hawaii for college, but her slacker brother Koa is making her exit less than grand.
On the last day of the Japanese festival for the dead, rebellious American teen Naoko discovers the dead body of her younger brother.
A dad and his Filipino heritage may not be so lame after all if he can make chocolate meat.
A man needs help from the gods to reconnect with his wife and son who have newly arrived to the United States from India after three long years.