Directed by Huay-Bing Law
Set on a Texas university campus during the 1950s, JUNE chronicles the experience of a young Chinese woman as she attends her husband’s graduation reception.
Huay is a native Texan whose narrative and documentary shorts have earned a Student Academy Award nomination, the AT&T Student Filmmaker Award, and most recently a Princess Grace Award. He graduated with an MFA in Filmmaking from the University of Texas in 2017 and is currently freelancing as a director and cinematographer in Austin.
Director: Huay-Bing Law
Writer: Katherine Craft
Producer: Katherine Craft, Brittney Shepherd
Associate Producer: Joanna Wu
Director of Photography: Sam Mohney
Production Designer: Lauren Izard
Composer: John King
Costume Designer: Jessi Rose
Cast: Ching Wang , Joe Lee
Shorts Programs / 37 minsIn a unique filmmaker support initiative between Visual Communications and HBO, we present the winning entries from the APA Visionaries Short Film Competition, in which Asian Pacific American artists bring to light their worlds, their visions, and their voices. — Abraham Ferrer