Jeremy Hsing’s latest short film is encouraging viewers to think outside the tank.
The alumnus’ project “Fish” follows a Chinese-American man named Tiger who faces conflicting emotions after failing to attend the funeral of his traditional, estranged mother.
Maya Rose Dittloff is embracing Native tradition on the path toward increased representation in film.
The alumnus’s short film “Dogwood,” which was presented at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in October, tells the story of a young girl named Rose Home Gun as she embarks on a treacherous mission to gather medicinal plants.
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