Directed by Tuan Quoc Le
127 MINUTES is a humorous take on the “road-trip-coming-of-age” film about a man who decides he needs to just “get away” and “find himself” after his girlfriend breaks up with him. He actually will find himself on his journey – literally himself. What would you ask yourself if you had the chance?
Born in the ‘burbs of Philadelphia, Tuan got his film education by working at his local movie theatre, attending film school and shooting short films. Although he is known for his work as an editor on The CW’s “iZombie,” Tuan was also a co-Cinematographer on “Crush the Skull.” You can find Tuan in front of an editing bay, behind the camera or eating an obscene amount of food.
Producer: Jacquelyn Herbert
Director: Tuan Quoc Le
Writers: Tuan Quoc Le, Chris Dinh
Cinematographer: Allen Ho
Post-Production: Ashley Ruben
Cast: Chris Dinh, Khalif Boyd, Jessica Lightfoot
Shorts Programs / 62 minsThe VC Digital Posse rides off into places unknown, and into the void steps a new, uncouth class of ruffians hailing from Visual Communications’ vanguard Armed With a Camera Fellowship and UCLA’s Center for Ethnocommunications. At turns callow and visionary, this collection of short works is poised to inspire, surprise, and delight. — Abraham Ferrer