Memory of Forgotten War features testimonies of four first-generation Korean Americans survivors of what is known in the US as the "forgotten war." Co-directors Deann Borshay Liem and Ramsay Liem discuss the making of a documentary that offers an informative, yet intimate glimpse into the human toll of a war without end.
What Lin seems to have set out to do is create a noir
protagonist of color, and to undermine the seedy depiction of Chinatowns that
has existed in the popular mainstream as being populated by nameless and
faceless Chinese people.
Jiseul is the first Korean film to win the Sundance Film Festival’s prestigious World Cinema Dramatic Grand Jury Prize; the 2013 jury took less than a minute to come to its unanimous decision. O Muel’s film offers a haunting portrait of a forgotten massacre whose ghostly voices flicker into a Cold War darkness.
In Sunset Stories,
co-directors Ernesto Foronda and Silas Howard give the LA ensemble film
a relationship comedy twist, giving LA and its quirky denizens
prominent roles in this story of two former lovers randomly thrown back
into each other's lives for 24 hours.
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