The unforgettable events that define generations and change the culture forever and for everyone.
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In a New Orleans neighborhood called Versailles, a tight-knit group of Vietnamese Americans overcame obstacles to rebuild after Hurricane Katrina, only to have their homes threatened by a new government-imposed toxic landfill. The empowering story of how the Versailles residents, who have already suffered so much in their lifetime, turn a devastating disaster into a catalyst for change and a chance for a better future.
In this road-trip comedy, Farah, a woman in her twenties, tries to lose her virginity while campaigning across America for presidential candidate John Kerry in 2004.
On April 29, 1992, Eli will get a black eye and “gook” scribbled on the hood of his car, reminders that he’s not wanted in the neighborhood where he owns a shoe store. In that store, on this day, with the Rodney King verdict playing on TV, he and others in the community are going to confront the pain festering on both sides of the graffiti.
Join us Thursday, May 21 at 6:30PM PT for a special Q&A discussion between filmmaker Justin Chon and Pac Arts Founder Lee Ann Kim!
At a Vietnamese refugee camp in California circa 1975, Tai Tran (Don Duong) sees an opportunity to improve communications and living conditions by working with a local military officer.
Chances are you have not heard of Filipino American Richard Adams and his Australian husband, Tony Sullivan. This is their powerful love story culminating in the first federal lawsuit seeking equal treatment for a same-sex marriage in U.S. history.
Join us on Wednesday, May 13th at 7:00PM PT for a Q&A with filmmaker Thomas Miller, film subject Tony Sullivan, and special guest Assemblymember Todd Gloria!