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Asian American Film Lab To Host “HEARTS SUSPENDED” Screening Oct. 25th in NYC
The Asian American Film Lab (AsAmFilmLab) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a special screening of the award-winning documentary, “Hearts Suspended,” on October 25 in NYC.
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About “Hearts Suspended”
“Hearts Suspended,” is a short autobiographical documentary that brings to light the troubled world of thousands of immigrant women in the United States on dependent spouse (H4) visas. Educated and once financially independent, these women, are in the country legally but are denied the ability to work, resulting in loneliness, depression, identity crisis, strained marital relations and, in extreme cases, exploitation and abuse.
“Hearts Suspended” has traveled festivals and universities around the world, aired on National Television in India, featured on NPR’s “Here and Now” show, POV’s “To The Contrary,” CUNY Television, and the Washington Post. This exposure, combined with social media outreach, has given an impetus to this once unspoken issue and more affected women are speaking up in the South Asian community. The issue also affects a large number of women from China, Southeast Asia and some parts of Europe.
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About Asian American Film Lab
The Asian American Film Lab (AsAmFilmLab)
The Asian American Film Lab is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Membership and all contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Film Festival History:
"Special Jury Mention" at Jeevika Film Festival '08, New Delhi;
Featured on NPR "Here and Now" Show with Robin Young;
Official Selection for Mahindra IAAC Film Festival, Nov 7-11 2007;
Opening night film for Ainaa Film Festival, March 28-30 2008, Seattle;
Semi-Finalist for Migrations online film festival Sept-Dec 2008;
Official Selection for Migrations Film Festival, Montreal Sept 19th 2008; and
Official Selection for Calgary International Film Festival Sept 21st 2008