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Celebrating 10 Years | Connecting Through Film
There's more at #BAAFF10! 
More films, more filmmakers attending this weekend! 
FILM TONIGHT | 9PM |  PARAMOUNT CENTER
BITTER MELON
with Actor Patrick Epino
When a Filipino-American family reunites for a Christmas party, the holiday takes a dark turn when they conspire to murder the abusive bully of the family. 
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Patrick Epino is a Filipino-American writer, director, and producer based in Los Angeles. He is the Executive Producer and Creative Director of National Film Society, a multimedia production studio specializing in film, digital media, and branded content. National Film Society’s clients include PBS, Amazon, IMDb, and Starz. Its YouTube channel, which explores the worlds of filmmaking and pop culture, has garnered over 1.6 million views.

He has appeared in a number of commercials and most recently played the role of Troy in H.P. Mendoza’s dark comedy Bitter Melon (2018).
SUNDAY | 3PM |  PARAMOUNT CENTER
GO FOR BROKE
Q&A with director Alexander Bocchieri
Set in the tumultuous year after the attack on Pearl Harbor, this true story follows a group of University of Hawaii ROTC students as they fight discrimination by forming the Varsity Victory Volunteers (VVV).
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Alexander Bocchieri graduated from the University of Hawaii Academy for Creative Media in 2012, and has worked in all facets of the film industry in Hawaii for the last 6 years. In 2014 he joined Lumos Media as co-creative director, a production company that produces documentaries and short films about our most compelling social issues.

In 2017, he made his feature film directorial debut with Go For Broke, which premiered to critical acclaim at the Hawaii International Film Festival. He lives and works in Honolulu. 
SUNDAY | 6PM |  PARAMOUNT CENTER
DEPORTED
Followed by a community panel featuring
director Sahra V. Nguyen
Join us after the conversation for a FREE reception for the panelists
co-hosted by ArtsEmerson


“Deported” follows Philadelphia-based advocacy group 1Love Movement and its sister organization, 1Love Cambodia, over the course of five months as they head to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, to meet with a task force made up of representatives of the Cambodian government. The goal: halt deportations and renegotiate the 2002 repatriation agreement that opened the pathway for the U.S. to deport Cambodian refugees back to Cambodia.
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Sahra Vang Nguyen is on a mission to explore stories at the intersection of diversity, culture, and human potential. Her recent documentary, "Deported," which she sold to NBC News, explores the global fight to end deportation. Whether it's behind the camera producing, directing, and filming, or in front of audiences speaking on topics including race and uplifting underrepresented voices in media, Sahra proves to be a Renaissance woman of the Millennial generation whose talents can't be boxed in.
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