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Eleven Films Highlighting Emerging Voices in Asian-American Cinema

Eleven Films Highlighting Emerging Voices in Asian-American Cinema

| May 3, 2016

Film School Shorts has been fortunate to feature a number of films that not only feature Asian characters, but that are also made by Asian filmmakers.

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No Escape: Conversation with “Seide” Filmmaker Elnura Osmonalieva

No Escape: Conversation with “Seide” Filmmaker Elnura Osmonalieva

| May 3, 2016

The sad poetry of dilemma is gorgeously captured in Osmonalieva’s short film.

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On the Right Track? Conversation with “Run, Run Away” Filmmaker Ruby Rae Drake

On the Right Track? Conversation with “Run, Run Away” Filmmaker Ruby Rae Drake

| April 22, 2016

A high school cross country star tries to escape realities in the short film “Run, Run Away”.

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A Shattering Rebirth: Conversation with “Fragile” Filmmaker Nilo Batle

A Shattering Rebirth: Conversation with “Fragile” Filmmaker Nilo Batle

| April 21, 2016

In Nilo Batle’s film, an ex-convict uses the power of art, to carve images of his twenty year incarceration onto delicate ostrich eggs.

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Filming in 30 Below: Conversation with “In Attla’s Tracks” Filmmaker Catharine Axley

Filming in 30 Below: Conversation with “In Attla’s Tracks” Filmmaker Catharine Axley

| April 20, 2016

Legendary dog musher George Attla is documented in Catharine Axley’s latest film.

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The “Red Folder” Tactic | Interview with Ben Kallam, NYU

The “Red Folder” Tactic | Interview with Ben Kallam, NYU

| April 7, 2016

With hints of Kafka, Ben Kallam’s ‘Red Folder’ explores the suffocating world of high school.

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Good Girl Charlotte: Interview with Angel Kristi Williams

Good Girl Charlotte: Interview with Angel Kristi Williams

| April 6, 2016

Gawkiness becomes a meditation on coming of age in Angel Kristi Williams ‘Charlotte’

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“Respect Each Other’s Vision”: Interview with Bumsue Chun, NYU Tisch Asia

“Respect Each Other’s Vision”: Interview with Bumsue Chun, NYU Tisch Asia

| April 4, 2016

Can a cold-blooded evictor have a change of heart? Our interview with filmmaker Bumsue Chun

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“Just Make Stuff.” – Advice from Director Jessica Kaye

“Just Make Stuff.” – Advice from Director Jessica Kaye

| March 22, 2016

Jessica discusses constructing the layered world of her story, where she finds filmmaking inspiration, and the best things she learned while attending film school at USC.

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Estranged & Desperate: Brother Returns Home in Intimate “The Fighting Kind”

Estranged & Desperate: Brother Returns Home in Intimate “The Fighting Kind”

| March 10, 2016

With a desperate need for financial help from his sister, Davin visits home only to discover that his last living family member may need more help than he does.

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