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Film, Reel World

First Person Plural

The first-person documentary has erupted into a full-blown genre in the camcorder age, but not all home movies are art. In fact, most are a yawn, devoid of buildup or payoff. When Spencer Nakasako starts a film, though, he doesn't…
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News, Feature Raw Footage

Raw Footage

David Mark leans against a parked Honda Civic on the corner of Hyde and Ellis in the Tenderloin. It's a hot June afternoon, and his friends, Cambodian-American teens like David, seek the shade of the trees that line the sidewalk.…
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Zoom Lens

Edgy Young Asians Yes, these kids are "Young & Dangerous." But unlike the slick Hong Kong films to which this series title evidently alludes, these offerings are based more firmly in real life -- and set just a few interstates…
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Calendar, Night&Day


wednesday may 17 a.k.a Don Bonus "Don Bonus" is the nickname of Cambodian refugee Sokly Ny; a.k.a. Don Bonus is Ny's first film, a video diary of life on and off the streets of the Tenderloin. Taping conversations with friends,…
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