Vietnamese Boat People Videocast
2021 Vietnamese Boat People Podcast Trailer
Vietnamese Boat People podcast, join us in preserving the stories of hope, survival and resilience of the Vietnamese diaspora. Visit www.vietnameseboatpeople.org 2021 trailer produced/edited by Saoli Nguyen Instagram/Twitter @saolinguyen, saolinguyen.com Podcast Trailer Featuring: Tracey Nguyen Mang (Host) Frank Nguyen (Episode 2: “Three Days Old - Part 1”) Yen Ngo (Episode 18: “Van Da”) Tom Pham (Episode 14: “The World Looked Away”) Phuc Tran (Episode 26: ”Sigh, Gone”) Thanhha Lai (Episode 15: “Butterfly Yellow”) Vi Son Trinh (Episode 23: “Second Gen”) Belle Le (Episode 28: “Story Slam 2021”) Images: Tracey Nguyen Mang & family (Episodes 1-5) “Bolinao 52” by Duc Nguyen (Episode 12: “Bolinao 52”) Phuc Tran & family (Episode 26: “Sigh, Gone”) Thanhha Lai (Episode 15: “Butterfly Yellow”) Yen Ngo (Episode 18: “Van Da”) “Velcro Shoes” by Cindy Nguyen (Episode 20: “Story Slam 2020”) Belle Le (Episode 28: “Story Slam 2021”) Vivian Luu (Episode 13: “Miss VSA”) Loan Nguyen & GAPIMNY (Episode 21: “One Way Ticket”) Adele Pham (Episode 11: “Nailed It!”) “Tell Hanoi I Love Her” by Julian Saporiti (Episode 20: “Story Slam 2020”) “Above Trash” by Lynn Kim Do (ep 20, Story Slam 2020) Featured Storytellers (Episode 28: “Story Slam 2021”) Vietnamese Boat People team! Music: “Cinematic Piano Ambient” by Aleksandr Shamaluev Instagram @ashamaluevmusic Stock Footage: pexels.com
Vietnamese Boat People Podcas with author Phuc Tran
A livestream podcast taping event - virtual discussion with author Phuc Tran of 'Sigh, Gone' and VBP podcast host Tracey Nguyen Mang. For anyone who has ever felt like they don't belong, Sigh, Gone is a memoir that shares an irreverent, funny, and moving tale of displacement and assimilation woven together with poignant themes from beloved works of classic literature. In 1975, during the fall of Saigon, Phuc Tran immigrates to America along with his family. By sheer chance they land in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, a small town where the Trans struggle to assimilate into their new life. In this coming-of-age memoir Tran navigates the push and pull of finding and accepting himself despite the challenges of immigration, feelings of isolation, and teenage rebellion, all while attempting to meet the rigid expectations set by his immigrant parents. Visit www.vietnameseboatpeople.org for more details on the stories of the Vietnamese diaspora. This event was produced with the support of VBP team members Megan Do (event production) and Matt Young (video and podcasting production).
Vietnamese Boat People Podcast #ShareYourVietStory
Things Vietnamese parents do...for us. Amongst the younger, Americanized generation, there are things that get lost in translation (literally) when communicating with parents - not taking into account the hardships they went through to give their children the opportunities that are at our fingertips today. We encourage you to take a moment to ask your parents, an uncle or grandma...about their journey, your origin, your family history. #ShareYourVietStory #VBPstories Search for 'Vietnamese Boat People' podcast on your favorite podcast app or visit us at www.vietnameseboatpeople.org Video produced by the super talented Vivian Nguyen www.vivngu.myportfolio.com
Vietnamese Boat People Podcast Seeking Ambassadors
If you are a leader, storyteller, and want to make a meaningful contribution to the Asian American narrative, join us! You’ll get the chance to collaborate with the VBP team, other peers, community leaders and creatives. And have fun doing it! Just ask Anna Williams. Visit www.vietnameseboatpeople.org/ambassador for details. Video Produced by Matt Young and Anna Williams.
Mỹ (American) Việt (Vietnamese) Story Slam: 2021 Storytellers
Mỹ (American) Việt (Vietnamese) Story Slam 2021 is a virtual event for storytellers to share their Vietnamese American experiences. Details at www.vietnameseboatpeople.org/storyslam In celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage month, we will showcase Storytellers selected from a nationwide open-call to share their Vietnamese American stories on a live virtual platform. This will be a casual evening to view and celebrate the uniquenesses our community brings to the Asian American narrative. You might laugh, cry or be in total shock by the stories...either way, you will be entertained.
2020 Vietnamese Boat People Podcast Trailer
A glimpse into the podcast Vietnamese Boat People, documenting the stories of hope, survival and resilience of the Vietnamese diaspora. Available on all major podcast apps like Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify. Listen and subscribe on your favorite podcast platform or visit www.vietnameseboatpeople.org for details. Footage credit: The Price of Freedom - 60 Minutes www.cbsnews.com/video/june-24-1979-boat-people/ Nailed It! (2019) Director Adele Free Pham www.naileditdoc.com @adele.pham Additional footage: Matt Young www.mrmatthewyoung.com Original Music for Vietnamese Boat People by: Paulina Vo www.paulinavo.com @vobot Trailer Video and Sound Edited by: Darlena Chiem www.darlenachiem.com @darlenachiem Special thank you to all of our storytellers. Without you, this could not be possible.
LAAPFF Virtual Showcase: Being Bao Nguyen
Tune in for a special presentation of a Vietnamese Boat People videocast with award-winning independent film and commercial director Bao Nguyen (A TREE FALLS IN THE FOREST, WE GON' BE ALRIGHT, LIVE FROM NEW YORK). In this virtual chat, you’ll learn about Bao’s family history and experiences that informed his cinematic works. Presented by: Vietnamese Boat People Podcast Presented by Visual Communications, the LAAPFF Virtual Showcase aims to highlight artists whose stories are critical at this moment. Throughout Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May 2020, as we celebrate our histories and cultures and mobilize our communities to be socially and politically active, we are presenting FREE films and panels to keep us connected. LAAPFF is the premiere showcase for the best and brightest of Asian Pacific American and international cinema. The largest festival of its kind in Southern California, LAAPFF is also a proud Academy Award®-qualifying film festival for the Short Film Awards. LEARN MORE: http://festival.vcmedia.org http://facebook.com/vcfilmfestival http://twitter.com/vcfilmfestival http://instagram.com/vcmediaorg http://youtube.com/VisualCommunications #LAAPFFVirtual #VCMedia
Vietnamese Boat People Podcast - LIVE EPISODE! #11 NAILED IT
Film screening and LIVE Q&A with Director Adele Free Pham of 'Nailed It' Documentary. Episode #11 In virtually every city, state and strip mall across the U.S., people get their nails done in salons likely owned by Vietnamese entrepreneurs. How did our community come to dominate the $8 billion dollar nail salon industry? Director Adele Free Pham set out to explore the history of Vietnamese nail salons and discovered it all began with 20 Vietnamese refugee women and a chance encounter with famed Alfred Hitchcock actress and humanitarian Tippi Hedren. The "first 20" Vietnamese manicurists sought a way to support their children and families, unknowingly sparking a cultural phenomenon. For more details on the film, visit https://www.naileditdoc.com For more episodes search for Vietnamese Boat People on your favorite podcast app or visit www.VietnameseBoatPeople.org
Vietnamese Boat People Podcast - Episode #15 Thanhhlai extra footage
Live Q&A with award winning author Thanhhà Lại EPISODE #15 Butterfly Yellow Extra footage: audience interviews Search for 'Vietnamese Boat People' podcast on your favorite podcast app or visit www.vietnameseboatpeople.org. Join our mailing list on website to get updates on upcoming events. https://www.thanhhalai.com
Vietnamese Boat People Podcast - LIVE EPISODE #15 Thanhha Lai
Live Q&A with award winning author Thanhhà Lại EPISODE #15 Butterfly Yellow Thanhhà Lại was born in Vietnam in the middle of the war. She wrote about growing up there and leaving on a navy ship two days before the war ended in her first novel Inside Out & Back Again, which won a Newbery Honor and a National Book Award and eight years later is still a New York Times bestseller. She is the youngest of nine children raised by a single mother. Her father went missing during the war when she was just one years old. Her life in America would begin in Alabama and despite the trauma that was going on, Thanhhà grew up in a household full of humor. Many years later as a writer, she would discover that balancing trauma with humor is what makes her voice unique. The contrast is beautifully reflected in her latest novel, Butterfly Yellow. https://www.thanhhalai.com Search for 'Vietnamese Boat People' podcast on your favorite podcast app or visit www.vietnameseboatpeople.org