Outsider at Home follows filmmaker Danny Lee’s search for the reason behind the continued stereotypical representation of Asian Americans in mainstream media.
Two white-collar clerks sets up a private radio program in Shanghai, an Otaku lady lives in isolation. Their random fates are linked by the radio.
Swayed by the prospect of attention from both her image-obsessive mother and a cute boy, Lenny, a Filipino-American girl, concedes to using a skin-lightening cream at the price of her identity.
Based on the true story of Stanley Hayami, a talented Japanese-American teenager caught between his dream of becoming an artist and his duty to his country during WWII.
Spanning 10 years, this is a story of the first love between two teen lesbians in Beijing, like everyone who fall in love, like everyone who has to grow up.
Tender, intellectual, and reflective, director/writer Eliaichi Kimaro explores her intricate identity as a Tanzanian-Korean mixed-race, first-generation American in her award-winning documentary.
In Yuba City, California, the arson of a mosque built with the dedication and commitment of the Pakistani community has remained unsolved.
Weaving stunning cinematography, traditional Indonesian dance, Sudanese music, and an emotionally-potent narrative on the experiences of immigrants today.
A North Korean teenager in LA faces the risk of deviating from his familial ties and friendships, and even worse — disclosing the illegal immigration status of his family.
Five stories, each expressing an LGBTQ perspective, show that love never completely surrenders, no matter the circumstances.