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Logline:   As cultural traditions are slowly becoming a burden of the past, a son returns home knowing that family is the only thing that binds him and his ailing father together.

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Doua Moua

Writer/ Producer

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John Houselog

Producer

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Yoson An

Executive Producer

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Money Vang

Executive Producer

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Brian Nguyen

Cinematographer

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Frank Martinez

Editor

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Roman Molino Dunn 

Composer

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Christy Gray

Production Designer

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Apple Pothmolita

Makeup Dept Head

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Juliette Lunger

Costume Designer

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Dea Vise

Casting Director

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Arianna Shining Star

Colorist

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Jamey Scott

Supervising Sound Designer

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Sharon Waich

1st AD

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Cass Russell

Line Producer/ UPM

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Toby Lindemann

Production Supervisor

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Amelia Ferroni

Script Supervisor

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Richard Carlos

Sound Mixer/ Boom

Meet The Team

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Caylee So

Director

CAST

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Doua Moua is best known for his menacing role as Fong/ Spider in Clint Eastwood’s film Gran Torino for which he received praise from The New York Times and The Star Tribune hailed him "a star in the making.” He played Po in Disney’s live-action adaptation of Mulan directed by Nikki Caro. Doua has appeared on TV in Comedy Central’s Michael & Michael Have an Issue, Nickelodeon’s The Naked Brothers Band, ABC’s One Life to Live, The Sundance Channel’s The Captive, CBS’s “Blue Bloods’ and was recently cast in MTV’s up-coming show “One Bad Choice.” Doua has also performed in numerous Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway productions, his last being Richard Greenberg's play "Take Me Out" for which was singled out in the New York Post review for giving a "terrific" performance.

Perry Yung is an American actor and musician from Oakland, CA who got his breakout role as Ping Wu in Steven Soderber’s Cinemax series The Knick. He quickly became a fan favorite and recurred for two. He has guest starred on Gotham, The Blacklist, Blue Bloods, Royal Pains, SVU Law and Order and The Equalizer among others. His film work includes John Wick: Chapter 2, Benji the Dove, Condemned, Jade Pendant Boogie and voiced the Puppet master in the English language release of the Chinese animated feature The Guardians Brothers. In 2018 Perry landed the role of Father Jun in Cinemax’s Warrior, produced by Justin Lin (Fast and Furious), Shannon Lee (Bruce Lee’s daughter) and Jonathan Tropper (Banshee) This dream production allowed him to combine acting with his music career as an award-winning shakuhachi bamboo flute musician. His flute playing is heard on the soundtrack score throughout Season 1. Perry is a member of La Mama Theater's Great Jones Repertory Company of New York City and has appeared Off-Broadway and internationally since 1993.

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Dawn Ying Yuen started acting in Singapore at age 19, and she performed in both Mandarin and English projects.

 

In 2001, She moved and settled in Los Angeles, and started  acting classes not long after. She started her training in the Meisner technique, and the Stanislavski based method acting.  However, her last training was in stage and camera acting in The Master Class at Beverly Hills Playhouse which she stayed for about 3 years. Dawn Ying Yuen has worked in Student Films, Industrial Videos, Web series, Television, Short Films, and Indie Films. Dawn Ying Yuen speaks Mandarin, Cantonese and English fluently, and because she is able to speak accented English as well, she plays many overseas asians and immigrant roles. 

 

Dawn danced Chinese and Modern dance for 10 years until she had to stop due to breast cancer. Currently, Dawn is in remission, and is still flexing her acting chops in as many projects as she can handle.

Chrisna Chhor is currently attending CSULB and majoring in Theatre Arts. She was born in Bellflower, California, and aspired to be an actress since high school. Chrisna is very grateful to have worked on 

The Harvest hopes that many people can identify with the compelling story. She would like to thank everyone who contributed their hard work to this production and especially gives thanks to Caylee So, Doua Moua, Perry Yung, and Dawn Ying Yuen for guiding her through her first feature film.

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