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DisOrient 2020 Shorts Program #5: Family
UO Erb Memorial Union Redwood Auditorium
Eugene, OR
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DisOrient 2020 Shorts Program #5: Family
The Hole (2019) Animated Short Narrative  4 min
Directed by Will Kim

The Hole is about a mother bird with a big hole in her heart, on a journey of searching for her baby son that fails to fly and accidentally falls into a hole. With an original sound track by Green Seo, Will Kim uses watercolor animation technique to reflect on his personal and universal experience of tragedy and despair.
Egghead and Twinkie  Short Narrative  9 min
English    USA
Directed by Sarah Holland

Egghead is in love with his best friend, Twinkie. Twinkie is a closeted lesbian. And tonight, she is coming out to her parents in the most casual way possible.
The Visit (2018) Short Narrative  15 min  
English  USA
Directed by Roxy Shih

A pregnant woman and her husband visit her lonely, aging grandmother in the rural mountains of Taiwan only to witness the older woman's mysterious disappearance.

Under the Boardwalk (2019) Short Narrative 10 min
English  USA
Directed by Jason Park

A brother finds his older sister digging holes at a deserted beach in the middle of the night.

Eight Short Films About Cellphones(2018) Short Narrative  10 min
English      Canada
Directed by Ronin Wong

In his debut short film, writer/director Ronin Wong challenges the limits of the genre by crafting a series of interlinked one minute films that weave together into a broader narrative.  In the process, he makes some strong comments about the use and misuse of technology in the context of a modern, diverse world.  


Waves (2029) Short Narrative 18 min
English, Korean      USA
Directed by Jane Hae Kim

Jamie a hesitant Korean American woman visits home for the holidays. She hopes to catch up and make some sort of connection with her family but instead, like in the past, feels isolated and alone. Through the experience of feeling like the black sheep once again, she looks to different forms of water as a means of comfort and re-connection.
Post-Screening Q&A with Q&A with Director Jason Park and Lead Actor David Lee, Director Ronin Wong, Director/Lead Jane Hae Kim, and Composer Green Seo

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


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


Film > Festivals

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


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