Breaking Bread & Other Shorts
Breaking Bread is a slice-of-life documentary about a Korean-American family who invites an Iranian friend to make a final meal for their dying father. This poetic journey explores the interaction of different cultures through the celebration of an ordinary man. Through an intimate weaving of food and death, this travelogue-esque documentary provides a moving look at the realities we all face.DVD also includes these award-winning shorts:
DVD also includes these award-winning shorts:
(Animation, 6 minutes, 1996) This award-winning animated film offers a social commentary on the story of creation according to the book of Genesis. In short, the Lord should not have rested on the seventh day.
Best CG Animation
- Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' College Official Nomination, Student Category - Academy Awards
- New York Int'l Independent Film & Video Festival
(Live Action & Animation, 19 minutes, 1999) In this metaphorical journey of redemption, a clown happens across the house of a marionette. Through pantomime, he tells the lifeless marionettes about the colorful life of the circus, where he has found eternal love. But it's a love that consumes the spirit of the clown and offers a sacrifice, giving life to the inanimate marionettes until all that remains is a dream.
Best Cinematography Award
- Eastman Kodak
Best American Film
- LA Short Film Festival
...A unique dialogue among civilizations at the dinner table. --B.B.C. Radio
A must-see documentary. --KPFK, Pacifica Network
...A poetic, cross-cultural examination of the universal themes of family and loss, captured with unblinking clarity. --The Hollywood Reporter