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  1. Reel Voices ’11 – Certificates from LAFF

    Posted July 9th, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    Check out the certificates from the LA Film Fest for our Reel Voices 2011 filmmakers! Congratulations to our students, Camille, Jesus, Marissa, Kaylor, and Alex for making the selection.  Thank you very much to the festival programmer of the Future Filmmakers Showcase section, Hebe T, for your help and encouragement to the student filmmakers. We […]

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  2. TV Alert: LEFT BY THE SHIP on Independent Lens 07/08/12

    Posted July 2nd, 2012 by in Announcements

            A very heartfelt and touching documentary recently shown at our 2011 San Diego Asian Film Festival was Emma Rossi-Landi’s LEFT BY THE SHIP. If you missed out last Fall here’s another opportunity to view it this Sunday (07/08) at 11:30pm on KPBS.

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  3. Thank you Dr. Leeva Chung + Reel Voices Student Video Blogs

    Posted July 2nd, 2012 by in Uncategorized

      A big thank you to Dr. Leeva Chung from USD who came to the Reel Voices classroom for a guest lecture. (Her 5th year attending!) It was not a typical “lecture”– but rather an exploration into our identity and cultural background, and a chance for us to learn more about each other… because that […]

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  4. Reel Voices LA Film Fest Field Trip – by Katie & Sunny

    Posted June 18th, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    Reel Voices 2012 students, Katie and Sunny, share their experience of the LA Film Fest field trip! Hello Blog World! Going to the LA Film Fest was such an amazing and inspirational experience. Going and being able to meet some of the filmmakers and listen to the process they went through to get where they […]

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  5. Reel Voices Alumni Update- Commencements, Colleges, Awards, and… Australia!

    Posted June 12th, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    It is that time of year… season of Commencement ceremonies, families and friends gathering, parties, and preparing for college… Some of the Reel Voices alumni are also heading off to college this year, and have been busy with various travels, projects, films (of course), and more. It has been busy preparing for the new group […]

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  6. Katie’s Welcome

    Posted May 29th, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    Hi! My name is Katie Silverstein and I am currently a junior at High Tech High. I am an adoptee from Suzhou, China and a member with Families with Children from China (FCC). All throughout elementary, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to enroll in a spanish  immersion education and as a result, I […]

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  7. Chloe’s Farewell

    Posted May 29th, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    I can’t believe that my internship officially ends today. It was a difficult decision to leave SDAFF as I really enjoyed interning here. During the Spring Showcase 2012, I was able to fully experience the role of being an operations coordinator. Besides, I have learned a lot about how SDAFF functions, gained a greater understanding […]

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  8. LAAPFF report: Golden Slumbers in Long Beach

    Posted May 21st, 2012 by in Essays

    Long Beach’s Art Theatre is 12 miles from my childhood home in Cerritos, California. That makes the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival’s three days of screenings there my closest film festival outings from where I grew up. Earlier this year, I saw Davy Chou’s excellent new documentary GOLDEN SLUMBERS at the Hong Kong International […]

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  9. Reel Voices ’11 Tony’s Travelogue – NFFTY in Seattle

    Posted May 19th, 2012 by in Uncategorized

    NFFTY !!!!   Was so great!  It was probably one of the top experiences of my life, just because of the honor to be there under those circumstances.  I loved Seattle!  It is such a beautiful city filled with culture and great people.  The festival itself was very interesting and fun, there were tons of […]

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  10. How A Certain Journey Has Taught Me

    Posted May 18th, 2012 by in Announcements, Essays

    Yesterday was a near perfect day in the community of City Heights. The sun was out, there was a near perfect breeze graciously appearing to cut into the heat, and there were six smart, mature, amazing girls who were continuing a journey that started when they first arrived in the United States. When the San […]

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