I have always held a strong belief that dreams should not be thrown away as they become known to us, surreal and irrational as they seem to our consciousness, but instead, they need to be channeled to guide us to find our destiny.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB) October 12, 2018
"I have always held a strong belief that dreams should not be thrown away as they become known to us, surreal and irrational as they seem to our consciousness, but instead, they need to be channeled to guide us to find our destiny," writer/director/actor Ann Huang says in her director statement.
Surreal and sensuous, the emotional core felt under the surface of the page and on screen elucidates surprising sentiments by mingling dreams and reality. Huang's films are intended for audience to take time on introspection instead of speeding through them. If the audience were to navigate their memories with the attention to detail of their feeling, they would explore complex emotions in love, loss, happiness and adversity, with time given to reminisce and introspect by the rear view mirror of life.
It’s like to re-live a childhood, those best moments, to experiment once again with the ability to detach oneself from the world as we know it, or return to it as some later point to consider it in a new way, with a deeper awareness of what it lacks to satisfy one’s desires.
Huang ponders the happenstances that could have taken place around us, which have been ignored. It’s a source of inspiration to think of things that would turn out the way they have been contemplated. Huang believes that the value of creative activity lies in the doing, in the act of making, rather than in the aesthetic significance of the things made.
UK Premier information:
London City Film Awards
Saturday 27th Oct. 2018
14:00 to 19:00
259-260 Hardress Street, Loughborough Junction, London SE24 OHN
Written and Directed by ANN HUANG
Edited by DEAN NATHAN & ANN HUANG
Starring ERIC STONER, TATIANA ROZO,
ANA LINCOLN & ANN HUANG