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Fri, Apr 9 at 12:01 am – Sun, Apr 18 at 11:59 pm PST
Ru Wen last saw her parents when she was five years old. She resisted searching for them for the next four decades, until her filmmaker daughter, Tiffany, started asking questions. Spanning 14 years, this documentary chronicles Tiffany’s travels to Taiwan in search of lost family.
We Have One Heart
In this animated documentary, Adam discovers a cache of his parents’ letters while going through his late mother’s belongings. They hint at a family secret: Hundreds of miles away, his father may still be alive.
(Katarzyna Warzecha, Poland 2020, 11 min)
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Tiffany Hsiung is a Toronto-based filmmaker who made her documentary feature debut with the Peabody Award-winning The Apology (2016). Sing Me a Lullaby, her latest work, won the Toronto International Film Festival’s Share Her Journey Award, the Directors Guild of Canada’s Best Short Film Award, DOC NYC’s Best Short Documentary Award, and other honors.
Language English, Mandarin
Director Tiffany Hsiung
Producer Tiffany Hsiung, Priscilla Galvez
Executive Producer Tiffany Hsiung, Jean Tsien
Editor Xi Feng, Ricardo Acosta
Cinematographer Jason Lee Wong, Eugene Weis, Tiffany Hsiung
Music Tom Third
Cast Wendy Tan, Tiffany Hsiung
Print Source CBC