Despite the ups and downs of a city in the middle of tremendous changes, four Tacoma visual artists discuss their commitment to art and community.
Masahiro Sugano, a Sundance Film Festival alumnus, is an award-winning filmmaker whose accolades stretch from a Student Academy Award nomination in 1997 to his most recent 2016 Documentary Award given by the National Asian American Journalists Association. As co-founder of artist-run media lab Studio Revolt, Masahiro creates short films on a variety of societal issues such as deportation and is a pioneering force in the art of spoken word videos. Masahiro currently resides in Tacoma, WA and serves as an Artist-in-Residence at the University of Washington, Bothell.
- Director: Masahiro Sugano
- Principal Cast: Priscilla Dobler, Jeremy Gregory, Jason Holland, Kenji Stoll
- Premiere Status: World
- Country: USA
- Year: 2018
- Running Time: 7 minutes
- Producer: Anida Yoeu Ali
- Cinematographers: Masahiro Sugano
- Editors: Masahiro Sugano
- Language: English
- Format: DCP
This film is playing as a part of Fly Filmmaking Challenge
Six filmmakers across Washington State were challenged to create a short documentary about an artist and their lens of creativity.