No Day But Today
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Our working world can have one of the biggest impacts on our lives. Struggling with a myriad of challenges from diverse personalities to even physical confrontation, this series of shorts reminds us of the complex dynamics of our lives and the possibilities that may come from the decisions we make. —Mary Kong
Total Runtime: 91
Chase Thompson, A Film by Chase Thompson
Directed by: Vincent Lin
Runtime: 12 min
With work, things don’t always go as planned. Take it from Chase Thompson, who loses funding for his film. Acting on his feet, Chase finds ways to make things work.
The Constitution Project: Yick Wo and the Equal Protection Clause
Directed by: Robe Imbriano
Runtime: 20 min
2010 DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival – Best Documentary Short
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.
Personalities oftentimes present a challenge both at work and home. By taking a trip to the Alpha Beta Complex, we see how different characters learn to coexist.
A Day’s Work
Directed by: Rajeev Dassani
Runtime: 17 min
Language: Spanish w/ English subtitles
Being a day laborer offers unpredictable challenges, but Enrique quickly realizes much more than he ever expected when he helps a suburban family move out of their home.
Directed by: Prithi Gowda
Runtime: 15 min
Language: Kanada w/ English subtitles
Wires cross in this surreal adventure of a call-center employee trapped in a virtual network of do’s and don’ts, between stifling tradition and global inspirations.
—Courtesy of SFIAAFF
2010 DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival – Best Narrative Short
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.