Film Image
Parallel Adele
Producer: Adele Pham
2008
Color
16 minutes
US
English
Parallel Adele
Two half Vietnamese documentary filmmakers, both named Adele, weave a shared narrative of mixed Asian (hapa) experiences through interviews with 7 other mixed race subjects. History, memory, and anecdotes on multiracial ethnicity are represented through archival images, super 8 film, verité, and interview.
Reviews
"Recommended. What is it like to be a hapa? That is a person of mixed cultural descent with half being primarily Asian. What are the challenges, issues or advantages confronted by people of this background?...This short narrative documentary brings together verbal testimonies from those primarily of South East Asian origin, pointing out the daily difficulties of mixed ethnicity heritage…This is a program that will be most at home in public libraries, and would be helpful to academic libraries supporting multiculturalism. " - Linda Yau, BCCL, Bronx, NY, Educational Media Reviews Online
Screenings
• Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, 2009
• San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, 2009
• Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, 2008
• Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, 2008
• Slant: Bold Asian American Images, 2008
Pricing & Ordering
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K-12, Public Libraries & Select Groups DVD Sale $50.00
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