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2017 Asian American International Film Festival | New York City

I SEE YOU

Directed by Manjari Makijany

India / 2016 / 10 mins / English, Hindi with English subtitles

Plays In:
SHORTS: MADE IN NYC: LOVE LETTERS TO NEW YORK

Village East Cinema
July 28, 2017 9:45 pm

Description

An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. Director Manjari Makijany’s I SEE YOU explores this idea through the shocking story of a terrorist, who, armed with a suicide vest, quickly finds himself conflicted when he comes face to face with an innocent child.


Director's Bio

Manjari Makijany is an L.A based Indian filmmaker who has written and directed award winning short films. She was a participant for the inaugural Fox Filmmakers Program and one of 8 directors chosen to be part of the AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women. For more visit www.manjarimakijany.com



Plays in

  1. SHORTS: MADE IN NYC: LOVE LETTERS TO NEW YORK

    104 mins
    With almost 8.5 million people spread across five boroughs, compelling New York City stories are being told every day. Living in the city that never sleeps, Asians are continually working to shape the city’s modern landscape. This program highlights the diverse aspirations, failures, and energy of Asians in the Big Apple.

    In This Program: DISTANCE, DEADLY VIEW, I SEE YOU, THE PLEASURE OF BEING SERVED, FADE, FOR THE LOVE OF MANGOS, I DON’T MAKE THE RULES


Dates & Times

Plays In:
SHORTS: MADE IN NYC: LOVE LETTERS TO NEW YORK

Village East Cinema
July 28, 2017 9:45 pm