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Support for Doan Hoang’s new film, the follow-up to Oh, Saigon Public Event · By Catherine Hoang and Doan Hoang

Support for Doan Hoang's new film, the follow-up to Oh, Saigon

https://www.facebook.com/events/355808974472456/

from doan:

May 24 at 8:00pm until August 31 at 10:00pm in EDT
My dear friends,
As you may know, we are crowdfunding for Doan Hoang’s follow-up to her award-winning film, Oh, Saigon. Your generous pledges and tax-deductible support of of this work is important and greatly appreciated.

Donations & Credits (Once film is finished)
$1-49: THANK YOU LIST ON FILM END CREDITS
$50: A THANK YOU CREDIT AND COPY OF THE NEW FILM :
$75: A THANK YOU CREDIT AND COPY OF NEW FILM SIGNED BY CAST
$100: ASSISTANT PRODUCER CREDIT & COPY OF NEW FILM SIGNED BY CAST
$500: ASSOCIATE PRODUCER CREDIT & COPY OF NEW FILM SIGNED BY CAST
$1000: EXECUTIVE PRODUCER CREDIT & COPY OF NEW FILM SIGNED BY CAST
$5,000: NAME IN OPENING CREDITS AS EXECUTIVE PRODUCER AND COPY OF NEW FILM SIGNED BY CAST

MORE ABOUT THE FILM:
Working Title: Three Rapes: A daring and very personal follow-up to Oh, Saigon about women and violence in director Đoan Hoàng’s family. Three women who escaped Vietnam at the end of and after the Vietnam War address their experiences with rape. Hoàng’s aunt, Yên, was sexually assaulted as a teenager in a refugee camp by a camp-assigned sponsor and is now a high-class prostitute in San Francisco at the end of her career. Her volatile relationship with Hoàng’s mother, Anne, an imposing and traditional woman, is explored. Hoàng’s sister, Vân, agrees to share the remarkable story of her rape and survival when she was kidnapped by Thai pirates in the Gulf of Thailand. Hoàng herself deals with her own past rape as a teenager growing up in Kentucky, resulting in an unwanted pregnancy, and in her 30s, she interviews a man who raped her. Sisters Vân and Hoàng finally reveal these traumatic experiences to their mother, exploring the commonness and shame of rape in both Asian and American culture. Partially animated, this groundbreaking film breaks taboos around rape and is a sensitive, in-depth, human portrait of both rape victims and perpetrators and the family dynamics that arise from trauma.

FILM STILLS POSTED ON PAGE-art by Clément Baloup (http://electricblogbaloup.over-blog.com/)

HOW TO MAKE TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS:

VIA PAYPAL:
1. Go to paypal.com
2. Go to the “Send Money” tab near the top under the Home tab.
3. Choose from the scroll down menu “Send Money Online”
4. Under Send Money Now, choose: I’m paying someone in: United States.
5. Fill out the $ amount and USD currency.
6. In “My Payment is for,” Choose: Buying something.
7. Click “Continue.”
8. Type info@nuoc.org in the To: field. and your email in the From: field.

FOR CHECKS, please make out the check to the Fund for Reconciliation & Development, write Nuoc Fund on the Memo line and send:
c/o Nuoc LLC
78 Halsey St., Ste. 3F
Brooklyn, NY 11216

This is a tax-deductible donation and you will be credited as mentioned in the new film. Again, I can’t tell you how appreciative we are!

 

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