Phởmily Feud | 2016 | Texas Premiere

Directed by Martin Tran and Ellison Shieh
3 min

Sat Jun 2 | 3:20 PM

Though well into adulthood, this sister and brother pair can't stop competing at childish games. Big sis is used to winning, but this time little bro is determined to take her throne. Bringing their ago old grudge into a phở restaurant, what could go wrong? 

Language English

Country or Origin USA

Genre Narrative Short, Comedy

Martin Tran loves film.  He studied video production at The Evergreen State College, screenwriting at Vancouver Film School, works on independent documentary and narrative projects, and currently serves as the Co-Director of the Seattle Asian American Film Festival (SAAFF). If he's not watching, creating, or supporting film, he's probably taking a nap.

Ellison Shieh seeks to create diverse, inclusive, and compelling narratives through many mediums, and their works include short films and documentary pieces. Intersectionalism and their identity as a queer, gender non-conforming Asian American plays an important role in what they do and how they approach their work. With much faith in the power and influence of media, they strive to make a difference though their creations. Ellison is currently based in the Pacific Northwest, working on both narrative and documentary projects.

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