Three early features from Lee Isaac Chung, the Oscar-nominated director of MINARI...
Winner - AFI Fest - Grand Jury Award
“A voyage to the heart of African history, memory and identity.” –International Herald Tribune
After stealing a machete from a market in Kigali, Munyurangabo and his friend, Sangwa, leave the city on a journey tied to their pasts. Their friendship, however, is tested when Sangwa’s parents disapprove of Munyurangabo, warning that “Hutus and Tutsis are supposed to be enemies.”
Official Selection - Tribeca Film Festival
“A hauntingly familiar look at the elusive nature of memory.” –IndieWire
A group of friends travels to the beach in hopes of encouraging Jason (Kenyon Adams), who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Some time later, as Mark (Daniel O’Keefe) and Karen (Megan McKenna) plan to have a child, the beach trip lingers as a haunting memory.
Winner - Best Film, Best Director - Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
“Engrosses and fascinates long after it's over.” –LA Weekly
Abigail Harm (Amanda Plummer) lives alone on the outskirts of the city. One day, she recalls an old story about a woodcutter who saves the life of a mystical deer and is granted his wish for a companion. Before long, this tale seems to come alive in Abigail’s own lonely world.