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Another Tomorrow

No doubt life is full of ups and downs. What should you do when you make the wrong decisions? What if those choices affect others? Will you be content with being told a half truth? Should the past remain buried? No matter the outcome, the following films show us that there will always be another day.

Program curated by David Tanh.

Pre-recorded Q&A available with rental.

In this program


Directed by Anne Hu

When a Taiwanese American woman prepares lunches from her childhood, she struggles to
forgive herself for pushing away her immigrant mother.


Directed by Daniel Lee

Raised in California, Sol has just returned to Korea with his parents. Staying at his aunt’s house with his mother, Sol develops a curiosity for pet-fish. He also begins to encounter the puzzling circumstances that brought his family back to Korea.


Directed by Christina Yoon

Leah, a Korean adoptee raised in America, returns to Korea to search for her birth mother.

Forget me – a goodbye letter

Directed by Ryan Chun-ren Shih

A belated letter from 60 years ago explains a problematic event from a family’s past.