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2015 Seattle Asian American Film Festival

A Clean UA

Directed by Peter Phan

Short Film / USA / 2013 / Documentary / 25 mins

Plays In:
Shorts on Struggle (FREE)

Northwest Film Forum Screen 2 (small theater)
February 15, 2015 12:00 pm First come, first served

Description

A Clean UA is a documentary short by the Southeast Asian Young Men’s Group. The film follows Peter, a 17-year-old Vietnamese American youth, as he decides to quit marijuana. Using a hand held camera, Peter journals the challenges of his path to recovery while exploring the benefits of being sober.


Director's Bio

Peter Phan is a graduate of South Lake High School in Seattle, and he currently works in the Seattle area. He participated in the Southeast Asian Young Men’s Film Program for 3 years. Joseph Mills is a graduate of the University of Washington with a degree in Social Work. He is a facilitator for the film program and is also an individual and family counselor at Asian Counseling and Referral Service.



Plays in

  1. Shorts on Struggle (FREE)

    A collection of shorts including Give It Up, The Boy Under the Piano, My Brother, Midday Crisis, and A Clean UA

    In This Program: A Clean UA, Give it up, The Boy Under the Piano, My Brother, Midday Crisis


Dates & Times

Plays In:
Shorts on Struggle (FREE)

Northwest Film Forum Screen 2 (small theater)
February 15, 2015 12:00 pm First come, first served