Organic, locally grown films about the Pacific Northwest.
A black door-to-door salesman struggles to make his first sale when he spots a Confederate flag hanging on the wall of his potential client.
Aura Ruddell plays the koto and sings about her experiences traveling in Nepal. Mediums of water, ink, and paint build a visual canvas, representing her emotions and memories during that time in her life.
Dressed as Sikh Captain America, Vishavjit Singh finds his super power is to initiate conversations he would not normally have with others while in his civilian clothes.
Three Cham American high school students chronicle their experiences during Ramadan, the Muslim Holy Month.
We don’t talk about mental health in the Asian community. This is particularly true of Alzheimer’s disease which affects millions of Asians, yet in most Asian cultures, a word does not exist to describe the disease. Trang Tu, an advocate for Alzheimer’s awareness and fundraising in the Asian community, shares her emotional stories of being the full-time caregiver to her mom, who is living with Alzheimer’s.
Five teenage friends in Seattle share their stories and perspectives of growing up multi-racial.