Ham Tran's film JOURNEY FROM THE FALL, traces the route of the boat people, from Vietnam to America, and the fate of those left behind.
JOURNEY FROM THE FALL is an award-winning film that finally reveals the untold story of what happened to millions of Vietnamese after the fall of Saigon.
Determined not to let one of the most pivotal events in modern history be forgotten, director Ham Tran has crafted a searing epic that traces the route of the boat people, from Vietnam to America, and the fate of those left behind.
Starring Kieu Chinh and Long Nguyen, and winner of 12 international film awards, JOURNEY FROM THE FALL has been hailed by critics as "striking in its timeliness, unforgettable in its impact."
Click on JOURNEY FROM THE FALL screenings to see where you can catch JOURNEY FROM THE FALL, at a theater near you.
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Harold Lee (John Cho) is stuck in a low-level investment banking job, overworked and definitely under-appreciated by his colleagues, who arent shy about handing off their own work for him to finish over the weekend. To make matters worse, he cant find the courage to talk to his pretty neighbor (Paula Garces) from down the hall at home.
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Meet Angi Ma Wong at a book talk and signing for her new book "Who Ate My Socks?" at the Chinese American Museum in LA on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2005.
Meet Angi Ma Wong at a book talk and signing for her delightful new children's book "Who Ate My Socks?" at the 2nd Anniversary celebration of the Chinese American Museum, 425 Los Angeles Street in Los Angeles at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2005.
What happens to the millions of pairs of socks given and received as gifts during the holidays? Soon after the new year, many recipients will be asking the age-old question: to where have single socks disappeared? Written in humorous rhyme and colorfully illustrated by Angi, "Who Ate My Socks?" (Pacific Heritage Books) gives children and adults alike a chance to meet a ravenous monster with an appetite for everyones favorite socks.
This is Angi's second childrens book as she takes a break from authoring fifteen consecutive feng shui titles for four publishers. A Spanish-language version is planned for release in spring 2006.
Angi is a lifelong educator who created a bonus "Teaching Moments" (Pre-School to Adult) for Parents and Educators tool to help time-strapped adults use the book as a teaching tool, and which is downloadable free from www.pacificheritagebooks.com. Her first book for young people, "Night of the Red Moon", was nominated by the California Library Association for the John and Patricia Beatty Award for childrens literature that showcases California history and culture.
Director Ang Lee named Best Director by Los Angeles Film Critics Association and his "Brokeback Mountain" is their Best Picture of the Year choice. LAFCA's 31st annual achievement awards ceremony will be held Tuesday, January 17, 2006 at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Los Angeles. www.lafca.net
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) has kicked off awards season by voting "Brokeback Mountain" as Best Picture of the Year for 2005, and honoring Ang Lee, director of the gay cowboy drama starring Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal with the Best Director Award. William Chang Suk-Pick won in the production design category for Wong Kar Wai's "2046," and Joe Hisaishi won in the music score category the Japanese anime spectacular "Howl's Moving Castle." The Los Angeles Film Critics Association is made up of print, radio and online critics in the Southern California area. LAFCA's 31st annual achievement awards ceremony will be held Tuesday, January 17, 2006 at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Los Angeles. www.lafca.net
Other award winners include:
Runner-up: David Cronenberg, "A History of Violence"
ACTRESS: Vera Farmiga, "Down to the Bone"
Runner-up: Judi Dench, "Mrs. Henderson Presents"
ACTOR: Phillip Seymour Hoffman, "Capote"
Runner-up: Heath Ledger, "Brokeback Mountain"
"Capote" by Dan Futterman
"The Squid and the Whale" by Noah Baumbach
SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Catherine Keener, "Capote", Ballad of Jack and Rose, The 40 Year Old Virgin and The Interpreter