Asian Pacific Virtual Showcase

CHINATOWN-INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT: BUSH GARDEN

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Tides of the Pacific Northwest presented by Seattle Asian American Film Festival

Highlighting storytellers of the Pacific Northwest, this curated program from Seattle Asian American Film Festival shares the resilience and creativity of the communities and filmmakers of the Greater Seattle area. SAAFF is the only film festival in Seattle to provide a space for Asian American & Pacific Islander voices, perspectives and histories through the powerful medium of film. Learn more about us at seattleaaff.org

In addition to being the first karaoke bar in the country, since 1953 Bush Garden has been a hub for connection, celebration, and multiracial/multigenerational organizing. After the historic building was sold to a private developer, a grassroots fight emerged to save its history and future as a vital community space.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    11 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Christopher Woon-Chen, Ellison Shieh, Martin Tran
  • Executive Producer
    Cynthia Brothers, Martin Tran
  • Cinematographer
    Christopher Woon-Chen, Ellison Shieh
  • Editor
    Christopher Woon-Chen, Ellison Shieh