Seattle Asian American Film Festival

Bring It Home: Pacific Northwest Shorts

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Asian American roots in the Pacific Northwest run deep, and dovetail with the region's rich and complex landscape — be it physical, social, or historical. BRING IT HOME presents four local shorts that explore these community ties, and depict the ways in which Asian Americans in the PNW connect with family, nourishment, history, and heritage.

Thank you to our community partners Ampersand Bikes Club, Seattle Documentary Association, and Wing Luke Museum!

A mental health therapist and stay-at-home mom become Portland's most unique Pizzaiolos. As the Truong family navigates through the challenges of opening a restaurant, Aaron soon discovers why he left his private counseling career to begin a new one creating pizzas.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    20 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
  • Genre
    Pacific Northwest, Food, Documentary, Family
  • Director
    Jonathan Lue
  • Cinematographer
    Jonathan Lue, Luke Zimmer, Nico Strappazon, Johnathon Desoto
  • Editor
    Jonathan Lue
  • Sound Design
    Dylan Hanson, Luke Zimmer
  • Music
    Kyle Katano, Musicbed