The documentary short film“A Place To Call Home” features four Asian PFLAG mothers sharing their journeys with their LGBTQ kids.
Stephanie Tran, the film’s director who identifies as queer, said the goal of the film is representation of unheard voices. Tran, the child of Vietnamese refugees, wants to create the visibility that they, and other people like them who felt marginalized, craved growing up. “This film is extremely important to me because I hardly ever see myself represented in the media,” Tran, 28, a Vietnamese filmmaker who uses the pronouns they and them, said in a statement. “It is my dream and my life’s goal to change that.” PFLAG released the documentary this week on its YouTube channel to coincide with Asian-American andRead more on qvoicenews.com