Objects of the past … what horrors can they dredge up? A mundane thing, a jar, can quickly become a receptacle for the pain of an incurable childhood wound.
Water Vessel reflects on the impossibility of ever bridging the chasm between a lost past and an unclaimable future.
“Pushing boundaries and engaging audiences with a progressive style of storytelling. It’s a complex, yet familiar journey with a finish that feels like home.”
Eseel Borlasa, Senior Publicist at David Magdael & Associates
(Winner: The Indie Fest 2013 – Award of Merit (Asian American), Nominee: Campfire Film Festival 2014 – Best Art, Literacy and Media Film; Official Selection – LA Asian Pacific FIlm Festival 2014)
Sound Editor & Mixer
Paul Cordeiro ... Narrator (voice)
Melissa Giardini ... The Grandmother
Tamihana Kerehona ... The Boy (as Tamihara Reid)