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DisOrient 2020 Shorts Program #4: Longing
UO Erb Memorial Union Redwood Auditorium
Eugene, OR
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DisOrient 2020 Shorts Program #4: Longing
Signal (2018) Short Narrative  18 min
English   USA  
Written and Directed by Chloe Hung

SIGNAL follows Amy and Evan through their relationship as they come to a crossroads. In this post-apocalyptic landscape, they find shelter from the rising tides and the toxic air in an abandoned house in the desert. But it is in this house that their relationship begins to crumble.
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More Than Just 1/2 (2019) Short Documentary  8 min
English   Canada
Directed by Jenny Lee-Gilmore

A short documentary exploring Asian and English mixed race identity and the experiences of growing up biracial.
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How To Say Goodbye (2017) Short Narrative  6 min  
English  USA
Directed by Christy NaMee Eriksen

"How to Say Goodbye" is a poem about grief, gratitude, and friendship. Written and performed by Christy NaMee Eriksen, the film follows two girls across a lifetime. It is dedicated to Eriksen's close lifelong friend who passed away last year from cancer.
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Mo'o! (2019) Short Narrative 17 min
English  USA
Directed by Anela Ling

Two grieving cousins navigate Oahu's haunted terrain in search of life - before and after.
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Bitter Melons (2019) Short Narrative  26 min
Central Khmer, English  USA
Directed by Thavary Krouch

"Bitter Melons" is a short film about the pain we hold, and the growth we experience when we learn to let go. Sophia, a female line cook is tasked with delivering bitter melons to her estranged father. The delivery doesn't go as planned, but through personal encounters and challenges involving the bitter melons, she is forced to confront her past and connect with her heart, tribe, and cultural roots.
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Post-Screening Q&A with Directors Anela Ling, and Thavary Krouch




*Participants in Q&A's are subject to change.

Location

UO Erb Memorial Union Redwood Auditorium (View)
The UO EMU is at University and 13th, Room 214
Eugene, OR 97403
United States

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Minimum Age: 13
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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