ID Film Festival: OPENING NIGHT! LA Premier Screening of Fog!
The third annual ID Film Festival showcases films by Asian Pacific Islander (API) filmmakers for API filmmakers
by Kit Hui
Hong Kong. The 10th anniversary of its reunification with China. Wai (Terence Yin), a young man whose memory has been wiped entirely clean from a rare amnesia, tries to recall his past through the conflicting recollection of his family and friends. Disturbed and drifting, he discovers certain vital clues to his personal history is being deliberately hidden from him, he decides to confront the consequence. Fog follows Wai through Hong Kong, itself at a historical crossroads and in search of a new identity, as he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and redemption.
Watch the Trailer: http://fogthefilm.com/page/trailer.html
6:30 PM -- Doors Open
7:00 PM -- Screenings begin
Short Film: Journey of a Paper Son by Ming Lai
Feature Presentation: Fog
Q&A with filmmaker Kit Hui
Followed by the Opening Reception
ID Film Fest is a presentation of the Japanese American National Museum with sponsors including FOX Diversity, Final Draft, and Mavericks of API Descent.
For interviews and more information, go to http://www.idfilmfest.org
Japanese American National Museum
369 East First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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