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D.C. APA Film Announces 2010 Award Winners

D.C. APA Film Announces 2010 Award Winners

The Mountain Thief

WASHINGTON, D.C. – D.C. APA Film continues to bring the finest films to the Washington D.C. area. We had another tremendous lineup this year and selecting the award winners has always been a difficult task due to the high number of quality films submitted to the film festival each year. We are proud to announce the D.C. APA Film 2010 Festival award winners, including the George C. Lin Emerging Filmmaker Award:

Best Narrative Feature: The Things We Carry, directed by Ian McCrudden

“This is wonderful news! Thank you so much for the recognition and the award,” said producer Athena Lobit. “We’re all very excited about this!”

The Things We Carry

The Things We Carry also won Best Feature and Best Screenplay awards at the Wild Rose Independent Film Festival and the Audience Award at San Francisco United Film Festival.

The Things We Carry is D.C. APA Film’s Closing Night Film and will screen twice on Saturday on
October 16 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. at Goethe-Institut. This highly personal debut feature film from the Lobit Sisters introduces thrill-seeking wanderer Emmie (Alyssa Lobit), her beleaguered but responsible sister Eve (Catherine Kresge), their drug-addict mother Sunny (Alexis Rhee), and a host of other colorful characters.

Click here to buy tickets for the 7 p.m. screening.

Click here to buy tickets for the 9 p.m. screening.

Best Documentary Feature: Resilience, directed by Tammy Chu


Since the 1950s, an estimated 200,000 Korean children have been placed with families all around the world. Recently, a fraction of these children’s birthmothers have begun to speak out about their experiences of living without their children.

Resilience follows the story of one mother’s loss and search for redemption from a child she separated from decades before.

Resilience will screen on Saturday October 9th at 1 p.m. at the Freer & Sackler Galleries for FREE. A panel discussion on Korean adoption, birth search, and reunion will take place following the film at
4:45 p.m. in the Meyer Auditorium.

Click here for more information about the FREE tickets.

Best Narrative Short: Jitensha, directed by Dean Yamada


“Wow, thank you so much for this honor! I am humbled and so grateful that you like my film. I was happy to just be screening at your festival for the first time, but to win this award is amazing. Thank you very much,” said director Dean Yamada.

Jitensha (Bicycle) is a story about Mamoru Amagaya, a young man struggling to find meaning in life. Mamoru has lost his job. To make matters worse, he is slowly losing his bicycle. As he works to recover pieces of his bicycle, he finds the pieces of his life.

Jitensha will screen on Sunday October 10th at 2 p.m. at Goethe-Institut, part of the Shorts Program: No Day But Today

Click here to buy tickets for this screening.

Best Documentary Short: The Constitution Project: Yick Wo and the Equal Protection Clause, directed by Robe Imbriano

The Constitution Project: Yick Wo and the Equal Protection Clause

“Thank you so much for this. We are truly honored to win Best Documentary Short,” said Gregory Blanc.

The documentary is about a 19th century Chinese immigrant and a Constitutional clause — it is not often that one finds oneself in front of the Supreme Court. The decision helps forever change American law.

The Constitution Project: Yick Wo and the Equal Protection Clause will screen on Sunday October 10th at 2 p.m. at Goethe-Institut, part of the Shorts Program: No Day But Today

Click here to buy tickets for this screening.

The 2010 George C. Lin Emerging Filmmaker Award Winner: Gerry Balasta, The Mountain Thief

The Mountain Thief

D.C. APA Film and The George C. Lin Memorial Fund have chosen Gerry Balasta, director of the narrative feature, The Mountain Thief, as the recipient of the 2010 George C. Lin Emerging Filmmaker Award. In creating a fictional film starring the actual residents of a garbage collecting town in the Philippines, Balasta has brought attention to a long-neglected community. Through his compassion for his subjects, we come to realize their essential humanity.

“Thank you so much, it is an absolute, absolute honor to receive this award and will only help us in our social cause and in the true spirit of George Lin’s lifework,” said Balasta.

Balasta and his film reflect the spirit of adventure and inventiveness in filmmaking that George admired so much.

The George C. Lin Emerging Filmmaker Award will be presented in person to Balasta at the screening Wednesday October 13th at 7 p.m. at Goethe Institut.

Click here to buy tickets for this screening.

About the Award

The George C. Lin Memorial Fund on behalf of The San Diego Foundation, Asian Pacific American Film of Washington, D.C., and The San Diego Asian Film Foundation established The George C. Lin Emerging Filmmaker Award in 2009 to recognize young and talented filmmakers that have shown an exemplary commitment to filmmaking within the Asian and Asian American film genre.

The George C. Lin Emerging Filmmaker Award is given on an annual basis by the co-sponsoring organizations at their respective film festivals in Washington, D.C. and San Diego, CA. Each recipient will be gifted a cash prize of $1,000. The award commemorates the life of George C. Lin, who died Tuesday, October 14, 2008, at the age of 37. From 2000 to 2003, George served as Founding Executive Director of the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit Asian Pacific American Film. To this date the organization has held its 11th annual consecutive film festival in Washington, D.C., for Asian Pacific American and Asian Diaspora films.

Read more about the George C. Lin Memorial Fund by clicking here.

D.C. APA Film congratulates all our winners!


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