See The Commitment for Free at the DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon

DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of OregonThis Saturday, April 27, 2013, at 1:30 PM, the DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon will screen 7 Fluid Oz.’ award-winning short film, The Commitment, for free at the Bijou Art Cinemas in Eugene, Oregon.

The Commitment is part of DisOrient’s “Family Dramas” session, which is free to the public.

Other shorts in this session are Paulina, directed by Caylee So, who won the Directors Guild of America award for Best Female Student Filmmaker in 2012; Basketball, Meri Jaan, directed by Veena Hampapur; Reiko’s Hina Dolls, directed by Komaki Matsui, and My Mother’s Jade, directed by Irene Young.

It’s also worth noting that My Mother’s Jade stars Julie Zhan, who also stars in Café Elevé, which screened alongside The Commitment at the 2012 Boston Asian American Film Festival.

To learn more about the “Family Dramas” session at the DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon, please read the festival’s official schedule.

To learn more about The Commitment, please visit the short film’s official website or Facebook page,.

About Aaron Howland

Aaron Howland is a founding partner of 7 Fluid Oz. Productions. His work as a producer, director, and editor has been selected for screenings and awards by over thirty-five film festivals across North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

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