Here’s another short from the Interpretations Film Initiative. Emmy-award winning filmmaker Spencer Nakasako delivers yet another perspective off the same script. This time it’s more like a documentary about his long journey working with Southeast Asian kids in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. Watching the piece you begin to reflect on whether future generations appreciate what past generations sacrificed for them. In this short, it’s the street life in San Francisco vs the killing fields of Cambodia.
See other shorts commissioned: Far East Futura, Orient Express by Wong Fu Productions, Represent by Iris Yamashita, Blowout Sale with Danny Pudi, and Good Shot with Leonardo Nam. Get inspired and join the competition.
Cambodian American by Spencer Nakasako