Directed by Rachel Lattin, Riani Singgih, Jordyn Romero, Elliot Powell, Paloma Young
Q&A to follow with filmmakers
Raj and his brother, Pops, make up the popular music duo Tigerstyle. Based in Glasgow, the brothers work as DJs and music producers, creating hip-hop bhangra fusion music. While Western music is centered around a partying culture, Tigerstyle aims to promote Sikh values in their music.
Post Screening Panelists:
Rachel Lattin, Director, TIGERSTYLE
Riani Singgih, Director, TIGERSTYLE
Tigerstyle was created by Riani Singgih, Rachel Lattin, Paloma Young, Elliott Powell, and Jordyn Romero at Chapman University through the Sikhlens International Documentary Filmmaking program. Riani Singgih is an Indonesian Documentary Filmmaker and Cinematographer. Growing up in different countries, she began to gain an interest in stories that have a social or cultural significance. In the future, she hopes to tell more stories about social issues in Asia. Rachel Lattin is a documentary filmmaker and editor, interested in social issues, the environment, and immersing herself in new cultures. She is passionate about using film to tell the stories of the unheard and build connections with people of all backgrounds. Paloma Young is a sociologist from Atlanta, Georgia. She grew up splitting her time between both Atlanta with her father, and London with her Cuban mother, which sparked her curiosity about cultures from an early age. Paloma has a passion for understanding others’ experiences and hopes to continue exploring the human journey across cultures in her future career. Originally from Washington, DC, Elliott Powell has been making films and videos of various genres for over 10 years. He works as colorist while simultaneously building his career as a director. Jordyn Romero grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico and now attends Chapman University studying documentary filmmaking and computer science. Jordyn hopes to combine her adventurous passions with strong visual storytelling as a cinematographer around the world.
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