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2016 Asian American International Film Festival | New York City

I HATE THE COLOR RED

Directed by Jazmin Jamias

Shorts / USA / 2015 / Comedy / 19 mins / English

Plays In:
LGBTQ SHORTS PROGRAM

Village East Cinema
July 24, 2016 1:00 pm

Description

A moving comedy about Sophie, a lesbian video store owner, and her carefree, troublemaking brother. Still recovering from the loss of their parents, the siblings receive bad news about their inherited store. With the fate of their family’s beloved store on the line, Sophie is forced to get creative.

Post Screening Panel:

Jazmin Jamias, Director, I HATE THE COLOR RED


Director's Bio

Jazmin Jamias, a Filipino-American filmmaker recently received her Bachelor’s degree in Cinema with an emphasis of fictional filmmaking at San Francisco State University. Her last film a short documentary entitled “The Altered Lives of LaVonne Salle’” won two audience awards and screened in 18 film festivals across the nation. She hopes to continue to tell stories with leading Filipino characters through the medium of film.



Plays in

  1. LGBTQ SHORTS PROGRAM

    These shorts explore the myriad of ways in which the LGBTQ+ community and the Asian American community intersect and work together. While some aim to directly address this intersection, through meditations on family, Asian American culture, and identity clashes, others feature characters learning to be both LGBTQ+ and Asian American successfully.

    In This Program: COMING FULL CIRCLE: THE JOURNEY OF A TRANSGENDERED KOREAN ADOPTEE, I HATE THE COLOR RED, BALLOT, GAYSIANS, HEART STATION, LIKE HOPE


Dates & Times

Plays In:
LGBTQ SHORTS PROGRAM

Village East Cinema
July 24, 2016 1:00 pm