Date(s) - 05/10/2021
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
How far would a mother go to reverse her child’s fate? On Tuesday, October 6, China Institute invites you to join us for a screening of Confetti, a brand-new film that takes the audience from rural China to the streets of New York City. Following the screening, filmmaker Ann Hu joins us for a talkback to talk about U.S.-China film collaboration.
Learn more ($5.00): Confetti: Film Screening and Discussion with Writer/Director Ann Hu | China Institute
Written, produced, and directed by award-winning New York-based filmmaker Ann Hu, Confetti is a heart-filled mother/daughter story that looks at the often-silent struggles faced by so many immigrant families. Featuring affecting performances by Zhu Zhu, Amy Irving, and Harmonie He, Confetti shows that amongst a deluge of challenges, a sprinkling of hope, heart, and determination can help make sense of a confusing world and our place in it.
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