WORLD Premiere
3:36 m / Live Action Student Short / U.S.A.

Sunday, November 10, 2019
Laemmle Music Hall | Noon to 1:00pm | Program Student Block | FREE Event 

Two men dressed as women have captured someone. This ‘someone’ represents a theme much bigger than them. *this film is to bring awareness to the dehumanization of those who identify as two spirit.

Director: Kymon Palau
Cast: Estevan Baca, Ethan Abreu, Marcella Edinger, Joe Slim, Betty Slim
Screenwriter: Kymon Palau
Producers: Kymon Palau, Jolena Palau

Includes a post screening Q&A with the director (s)

Director (s)

Kymon Palau is a 19 y/o artist that shines a light on the underrepresented alienated groups in society. He is a descendant from the Salt (‘Áshįįhí) clan, and born for the Tongan people of Tongatapu, Tonga. He has a passion for producing art that he hopes invokes, inspires, empowers, and reveals taboo topics and themes that society tries to crumble up and forget.

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