Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival Virtual Showcase

Vietnamese American Retro: ALL ABOUT DAD + Q&A

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Join us for a Q&A with the award-winning filmmaker of ALL ABOUT DAD, Mark Tran.


Anderson Le (Host)

Anderson Le diligently works in the global promotion of independent and world cinema as Artistic Director of the Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF). In addition to his duties at HIFF, Le also serves as a program consultant for several film festivals including the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, focusing on international and gala presentations; the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy, where he is in charge of the annual documentary sidebar and Southeast Asian selections. Previously, he has consulted with Singapore International Film Festival and Reel Asian in Toronto. Le previously worked as the international programmer for Comcast, working in providing monthly content for Xfinity on Demand with a focus on Asian and Asian American content. He recently co-founded a US/Vietnam joint venture called EAST, a new production company to focus on developing content for global content to be produced in Southeast Asia. He is currently on the nomination selection committee for the Asian Pacific Screen Awards held annually in Brisbane, Australia.

David Huynh

David Huynh is an actor who has completed work on numerous films including AMIRITE by Stephen Scott Day, BAND-AID by Justin Chandra, CULT by Wei Ling Chang, and LIGHTS OUT CHINATOWN by Mark Tran. He is seen in some of television’s most popular shows, notably NCIS: LOS ANGELES and ABC’s KEVIN (PROBABLY) SAVES THE WORLD with Jason Ritter. He has also been featured in commercial campaigns for Jeep, Subaru, TurboTax, and McDonald’s. David won a Special Jury Prize Award at the 2007 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival for Outstanding Newcomer and Best Emerging Actor for his performance in Juwan Chung's BABY, which also won a Special Jury Award for Best Feature Length Film at the same Festival.

Mark Tran

Mark Tran is a Vietnamese American filmmaker born and raised in California, as the youngest of nine children. Mark has been making films since he was teenager, sharing his unique perspective through his films, often featuring characters from underrepresented communities.

Nanrisa Lee

Nanrisa Lee is awful at writing bios (especially for herself, I mean, how awkward is this?), so please bear with her. We'll get through this together..Nanrisa has been lucky enough to act in a variety of film, television, and theatre projects over the years. You can watch her get murdered on AMERICAN HORROR STORY, rat out a Chinese crime syndicate on BOSCH, report on Steve Carell's shortcomings on THE MORNING SHOW, and get really really high as a dispensary owner in the stoner comedy 4/20. Currently, Nanrisa is at home doing nerdy things like 1000 piece puzzles and perfecting the microwave chocolate cake. With frosting.