Mental health, cultural identity, and homelessness are just some of the diverse topics addressed in this impressive collection of documentaries produced by high school students in the 2018 Reel Voices filmmaking class.
With silent conflict brewing within young and old latinx alike, god fearing macho facades must fall. Mental health is not a curse. No es brujería.
An experimental narrative film highlighting the emotions felt by Asian American families headed by single moms.
A Chinese American artist shares her experience, process, and feelings as a painter.
A Vietnamese family discusses working in their restaurant as a way of preserving their culture and how they cope with the passing of its founder, a loving husband and father of four children.
A Filipino American family discusses the balance between choosing a career and following dreams, sharing their views on art, happiness, and success.
Conversations revealing that living without a home doesn’t make you less of a person.
Filipino daughters open up about their homelives and family experiences living with military fathers.
Through a separation of generations, three Salvadoran men share difficult decisions and how they persevered to find new life and family in America.
What are food allergies and why do they matter? A look into the deadly disease and its impact on diet and family.
An insider’s look at the challenging world of expectations and stereotypes surrounding second generation Indian American youth.