Homeland & Home: Film Festival At The Bluelight Cinema

Silicon Valley Reads 2015

Homeland & Home: The Immigrant Experience


Film Festival At the Bluelight Cinema

Hosted by Santa Clara County Library District
Silhouette of people.
12:00 pm      Citizen USA
Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi and her husband
take a roadtrip to find out what motivates
immigrants to become U.S citizens.

February 8, 2015

12:00 pm  to  8:00 pm
Bluelight Cinema 5
The Oaks Shopping Center 
21275 Stevens Creek Blvd
Cupertino, CA 95014

1:15 pm Mai’s America
A spunky Vietnamese teenager named Mai
finds that America is both less than she
bargained for, and far more .
3:00 pm Monkey Dance: Cambodian Refugee Children
Three  Cambodian kids navigate the confusing
landscape of urban American adolescence and
ultimately start to make good on their parents'
post-Khmer Rouge dreams.
4:30 pm The Learning
Four Filipina women reluctantly leave their
families andschools to teach in Baltimore.
6:30 pm Chinatown:  Strangers in a Strange Land
This History Channel documentary tells the
story of the Chinese-American experience
by venturing back 150 years into the
hinatowns located in several North
American cities.
For more information visit the Cupertino Library Foundation.
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