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2017 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival


Directed by Angela J. Park

USA / 2016 / 4 mins / English / Color / 16:9, D-Cinema

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In And Out Of The Slipstream

CGV Cinemas 3
May 2, 2017 9:00 pm


Lily forms a bond with a plant after moving out from her home. Her imaginary world takes on a life of its own that Lily’s mom discards. To mend the relationship, Lily’s mom opens herself up to the world where Lily’s imagination lives, up above the clouds.

Director's Bio

Angela Park is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker who draws a visual style drawn from her interest in the fine arts. Her films have screened in film festivals across the US as well as featured on TV, and gained attention on the PBS Youtube short showcase. Park’s latest film was one of the top 15 jury selection film for the 2016 Yomyomf Interpretations 2.0 competition.


Director: Angela J. Park
Cinematographer: Norbert Shieh
Cast: Carissa Bazler, Anne Letscher

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  1. In And Out Of The Slipstream

    Shorts Programs / 92 mins
    From rigorously meditative to annoyingly talky, the quality of talk — or in some cases the absence of it — distinguishes this set of uniquely visionary short works. At turns deeply personal to pointedly political, how the characters in these works “talk it out” invites one and all to follow along. — Abraham Ferrer

    In This Program: If I Were Any Further Away I’d Be Closer to Home, Death in a Day, Lily, Best Buds, Blooming Night, Prom, Please Hold, Selfie, The Pursuit of a Happy Human Life

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Plays In:
In And Out Of The Slipstream

CGV Cinemas 3
May 2, 2017 9:00 pm