ALAN @ WORK + EVERY DAY AFTER

Alan Chong Lau is the epitome of the blue collar artist. Aside from working in produce at Seattle's iconic Asian supermarket Uwajimaya for three decades, Alan has been hard at work creating fine art and writing poetry, as an active member of Seattle's Asian American arts community. Filmmaker Lowell Douglas Ing weaves moving snippets of the artist's small, cartoonish paintings into his recitation of poems about produce. Some produce is rotting, some visitors to the market are cranky. This film portrait covers ten years of his life from 1998 to 2008. The result is a prolific and beloved artist, a community arts advocate, and an eclectic and quintessential cultural worker. PRECEDED BY: EVERY DAY AFTER Philippines 2023 | Tagalog w/English Subtitles | 36M DIRECTOR: Elisa Gambino

 

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EVERY DAY AFTER

The older sister of a neglected brother faces her own fears so her brother may heal and experience the everyda...
36 min | Elisa Gambino | | HAWAI''I PREMIERE | Tagalog | English
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11:00 AM — Consolidated Theatres Kahala 7