Ann Huang translates the intended meaning of ISA award-winning “Indelible Winter”

One of the most visually challenging films of July season of ISA awarded an honorable mention for Best Editing, “Indelible Winter” brings us a romantic fantasy with a nightmarish ending. The director Ann Huang reveals the intended meaning behind some powerful visual shots. Watch the video below.

Ann Huang

Ann Huang

Ann Huang is a filmmaker based in Newport Beach, Southern California. Huang was born in Mainland China and raised in Mexico and the US. World literature and theatrical performances became dominating forces during her linguistic training at various educational institutions. Huang possesses a unique global perspective on the past, present and future of Latin America, the United States and China. She is an MFA candidate from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and has authored one chapbook and two poetry collections. Huang’s debut experimental short film “Palpitations of Dust” won the Best Experimental Film in 2017 PAECA (Prince of Prestige Academy Award), Best Award in Los Angeles Film & Script Festival, and Best Experimental Film in LA Cinema Festival of Hollywood.

Watch the video in which Ann Huang reveals the intended meaning behind some of the powerful visual shots of “Indelible Winter”.

Learn more about Ann Huang on http://annhuang.com and www.saffronsplash.com.

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