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Confetti: Film Screening and Discussion with Writer/Director Ann Hu

October 5 @ 5:00 pm

How far would a mother go to reverse her child’s fate? On Tuesday, October 5, China Institute invites you to join us for a screening of Confetti, a brand-new film that takes the audience from rural China to the streets of New York City. Following the screening, filmmaker Ann Hu joins us for a talk back to talk about U.S.-China film collaboration.

Written, produced, and directed by award-winning New York-based filmmaker Ann Hu, Confetti is a heart-filled mother/daughter story that looks at the often-silent struggles faced by so many immigrant families. Featuring affecting performances by Zhu Zhu, Amy Irving, and Harmonie He, Confetti shows that amongst a deluge of challenges, a sprinkling of hope, heart, and determination can help make sense of a confusing world and our place in it.

5:00 PM – Screening

6:30 PM – Talk-back with Ann Hu

7:00 – Reception

SAFETY POLICY:

Visitors to China Institute must provide proof of being fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO approved vaccine.
Masks must also be worn at all times.

Speaker

Ann Hu is a Chinese-born writer, producer, and director who is known for her work on films such as her award-winning debut, Shadow Magic, and her new feature film, Confetti. She is the founder and president of Media Assets Inc., a media investment company that specializes in financing media projects, film productions, the arts, and other ventures. Hu is also the co-founder of Media Alive, a film distribution company that is dedicated to bringing international films to the Chinese market. Hu is a board member of NY/LA based IndieCollect, and also served as a board member at The Film Society of Lincoln Center, China Institute, and the Today Art Museum in China.



This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department Of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Details

Date:
October 5
Time:
5:00 pm
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