AN AMERICAN FAMILY
Directed by Truong Phan Kieu-Anh
The film quietly observes daily interactions in a kitchen belonging to an African American mother, her teenage son, and their immigrant tenant.
Kieu-Anh was born in Vietnam and is currently an MFA Film candidate at Syracuse University. Kieu-Anh shows strong interest in diversity and immigrant narratives in a post-industrial, globalized society. Her short films include A STUDY OF RED and the ongoing SYRACUSE’S FOOD DESERT project. She also creates video works for non-profit organizations such as the International Rescue Committee and Asia Society.
Director: Truong Phan Kieu-Anh
Producer: Ioana Turcan
Director of Photography: Grace Cannon
Shorts Programs / 99 minsWhat is Feminism? Does it mix well with Asian Culture and identities? Let's take an intersectional look on the artistic expression of our cultural zeitgeist, as we explore female friendship, sexuality, beauty standard, and the violence we rise against. - Ariel Du