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2016 Seattle Asian American Film Festival

I HATE THE COLOR RED

Directed by Jazmin Jamias

Short Film, Narrative, Browse All Films / USA / 2015 / Comedy / 19 mins

Plays In:
OHANA MEANS… (FREE)

Northwest Film Forum Screen 2
February 21, 2016 5:30 pm

Description

A comedy about a sister and a brother who, having inherited a video store from their parents, struggle to keep it a viable business. However, thanks to “red boxes” and “red envelopes,” they realize that their store will soon become obsolete. How they reconcile themselves with this realization (or don’t) will leave you chuckling and charmed.

Director Jazmin Jamias is scheduled to attend.


Director's Bio

Jazmin Jamias recently graduated from SFSU with a degree in Cinema, with an emphasis in fictional filmmaking. Her last film, a short documentary entitled The Altered Lives Of Lavonne Sallee, won two audience awards and two documentary awards and is currently part of the Frameline Voices program which can be found online. She hopes to continue to tell stories from a Filipino American perspective through the medium of film.



Plays in

  1. OHANA MEANS… (FREE)

    Short Film
    A collection of shorts centered around family.

    In This Program: THE FLIP, FRANK AND KASS, A FAMILY DAY, I HATE THE COLOR RED, VENOM THERAPY


Dates & Times

Plays In:
OHANA MEANS… (FREE)

Northwest Film Forum Screen 2
February 21, 2016 5:30 pm