RAY ROCKS WITH HAIR, TAP, AND HIP-HOP
Directed by Gerry Chow
Ray Remo owns a friendly neighborhood hair salon in Sherman Oaks, California. When he’s not managing his shop and caring for his clients, he’s pursuing his passion for dance. At an age usually reserved for retirement, Ray looks forward to perfecting his tap and hip-hop moves every week.
Gerry Chow grew up in Lynwood, California with two older brothers and two younger sisters. At various times throughout the years, his family ran produce businesses in Whittier, Norwalk, and Compton.
Director: Gerry Chow
Writer: Gerry Chow
Producer: Gerry Chow
Shorts Programs / 107 minsVisual Communications' Digital Histories program engages the passion of our elders to tell their stories in movie form. This year the seniors transformed an illness into a triumphant narrative, unearthed a forgotten jazz club in Little Tokyo, and explored how the first Japanese American Buddhist Taiko group came to be. - Gary Gabisan
In This Program: ABANDONED FABRIC, THE ARTS DISTRICT WITHOUT ARTISTS, A CENTENARIAN PLUS SIX, DANCING THROUGH LITTLE TOKYO, THE FINALE CLUB, HOLIDAY BOWL, JEFF IMADA: BREAKING BARRIERS BY DESIGN, KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS, GIVING IS AN ADDICTION, NOTE TO SELF, “ON MY HONOR…” BILL SHISHIMA VOLUNTEER EXTRAORDINAIRE, RAY ROCKS WITH HAIR, TAP, AND HIP-HOP, SAY YES TO YOUR HEART, TAIKO REFLECTIONS, THE TRAVELING RICE POT, WITHIN THE OPEN DOORS OF A SHINTO CHURCH IN BOYLE HEIGHTS