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2016 Seattle Asian American Film Festival

BLOOD MOON ORCHESTRA – MOVING TRAIN

Directed by Christopher Woon

Short Film, By Northwest Filmmakers, Browse All Films / USA / 2015 / Music Video / 4 mins

Precedes:
DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL

Northwest Film Forum Screen 1
February 20, 2016 8:30 pm

Description

Studio performances meets cult classic “They Live” in the debut single from Bay Area pop-up super group BLOOD MOON ORCHESTRA, comprised of Vietnamese multi-instrumentalist Vân-Ánh Võ, acclaimed drummer/producer PC Muñoz, and award-winning rapper DEM ONE, directed by Seattle based filmmaker Christopher Woon.


Director's Bio

Currently living in Seattle, Chris holds a Master of Arts in Asian American Studies from UCLA. He made his feature directorial debut in 2011 with the long awaited documentary Among B-Boys, which explored the intersection of B-Boy culture and Hmong American communities. He currently directs music videos and shoots and produces freelance videos and lists the Seattle channel amongst his clients. He also likes to dance and produces music under the name “Paper Son“.



Precedes

  1. DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL

    John Pirozzi / Feature, Documentary, Browse All Films / USA/Cambodia/France / 2014 / Documentary / 105 mins
    During the '60s and early '70s, a new music scene emerged in Cambodia that took Western rock and roll and stood it on its head — creating a sound like no other. But this artistic movement, and its artists, were nearly wiped out when the Khmer Rouge rose to power. This film is a celebration of the incredible music that came from Cambodia and explores how important it is to Cambodian culture both past and present.

    Preceded by: BLOOD MOON ORCHESTRA – MOVING TRAIN, REMEMBERING RAFU MANDOLIN CLUB, SENDAI ERA – DOWNFALL 


Dates & Times

Precedes:
DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL

Northwest Film Forum Screen 1
February 20, 2016 8:30 pm