Like thousands of Korean orphans since the 1950s, Kayla Tange was adopted by an American family and brought to the United States as an infant in 1983. She now lives in Los Angeles, where she works as an exotic dancer and as a performance artist. In 2011, Kayla made arrangements[…]
Should we fear the light, or embrace it? Based around the iconic Dylan Thomas poem of the same name, Do Not Go Gently Into This Good Night uses interwoven art form vignettes to make a commentary on how the implementation of recent restrictive night-time laws and regulations within Sydney have[…]
A surreal, atmospheric descent into the psyche of a Muay Thai boxer in the days leading up to a fight. This intimate portrait reveals the rituals and pressures in Bangkok’s boxing culture that have shaped our boxer and that cause him mounting physical and psychological tension as his dedication, faith,[…]
Alan Platt is having a terrible day in a lifetime full of terrible days. It only gets worse when his latest suicide attempt is interrupted by an unexpected visitor who shows Alan that life actually may be worth killing for.
Ten minutes before a boxing match, a teenage boxer with Downs Syndrome fights for his right to get in the ring.
Changing of seasons reflect the transition from childhood into adulthood. Anaïs voices her feelings with a mixture of anticipation and anxiety. Anaïs is fully aware that things are changing, though not entirely sure to what extent. Each season represents a specific time in one’s life: spring full of the carelessness[…]
A woman ridiculed by her family longs to escape. Striking a deal with her brother to clear his illegal debt, she delves deeper into darkness.
Grace and Adam had never met–until their mother died. To Grace she was a stranger. To Adam she was everything. Now, they have to uncover what they will mean to each other: whether they are family, or just strangers in passing.
Paul has an attitude. He’s the kid you cross the road to avoid. The no-hoper you pray your children never become. But there’s more to Paul than meets the eye or the ear. A side that he only finds when he’s truly lost. Little Shit is a child’s journey to[…]
In this absurdist comedy, a young woman is forced to come to terms with the extremes of her personality when she accidentally locks herself in a courtyard which quickly becomes crowded with clones of herself. Mates was made by a one woman cast and crew, I decided to make this[…]