The 2012 Boston Asian American Film Festival has announced that 7 Fluid Oz. Productions’ recent short film, The Commitment, will screen on Sunday, October 28, at 3:00 PM at the Paramount Center.
As described by the BAAFF, this screening session, entitled “Reel Food: A Shorts Program,” will feature “some of the finest short films by up-and-coming filmmakers who make cinematic forays into personal identity, family crises and everything else in life.”
Other films in this session are Wonder Boy, the story of a Chinese-Australian boy struggling with cultural identity; People Aren’t All Bad, the story of a Japanese-American’s experience before and during his time in one of the US’s Japanese Internment Camps; Bleached, the story of a Filipino-American girl’s struggle with race, beauty, and identity; Café Elevé, the story of a former ballerina who sacrificed her passion to support her family; My 2009 Experience, the story of a man’s exploration of his relationship with his father—a sushi chef; Commitment, the story of a man who abandons his dance career in order to settle down, get married, and become a lawyer, and Nani, the story of a young man who meets an elderly woman with dementia during his forced community service at a nursing home.
To purchase tickets for this event, please visit the Arts Emerson website.
To learn more about this screening session and the Boston Asian American Film Festival, please visit the BAAFF website.