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At Art Avenue, we direct, write, and produce films and events with a focus on culture & mental healt
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Bitter Sweet: Filmmaker Explores How Food Shapes Our Identity | Elite Daily

We often sacrifice our sanity in pursuit of some impossible ideal. In her short film Bitter Sweet, filmmaker Amy B Tiong, a Gates Millennium scholar and graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, explores how body insecurities shaped her relationship with food. Amy, in her own words: “My parents moved to America, opened a Chinese fast-food restaurant, and had me. They grew up poor, so being able to provide for me and my sisters in whatever way was a blessing. This included the food on our table. Over the years, my relationship with food has moved from innocent to toxic to healing. This is part of that story.” Amy is currently obtaining her masters degree in nutrition and working toward her Certified Nutrition Specialist certification. She hopes that this film opens conversations, and she plans to continue making work that uplifts the lives of others. Film by Amy B Tiong https://www.instagram.com/amybtiong/?hl=en Director of Photography: Briana Man ‘Bittersweet Original Music’ by Andy Bauer featuring violin by Christopher Brett Williams Music Production and Voice-Over Recording: Andy Bauer andybauer.net If you or someone you know has an eating disorder and needs help, call the National Eating Disorders Association helpline at 1-800-931-2237, text 741741, or chat online with a Helpline volunteer here. https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/help-support/contact-helpline Have you subscribed to Bustle Digital Group on YouTube? ►► https://bit.ly/2BUqGfA FOLLOW US! https://www.elitedaily.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elitedaily/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EliteDaily/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/elitedaily/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EliteDaily/

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Director: Katusha Jin Music and Lyrics: Sophi Alvarez Choreography and Actor: Chad Vaught Producer: Kazuki Akiba Line Producers: Myka Cue & Shobhit Jain Director of

Photography: Daniel Lazar Editor: Sylvan Gu VFX Supervisor/Artist: Spencer Griswold Colorist: Maxwell Roberts-Pereira Assistant Director: Jordan Rowe 1stAssistant Camera: Emma Herrmann & Kadi Tsang Gaffer: Jenny Chan & Robert Newman Key Grip: Jenny Chan & Kadi Tsang

Production Designer: Danni

Juhl Key Makeup (SFX): Lily Li Art Assistant: Kathryn Huyghue PA: Nathan Ho

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Director: Katusha Jin Producers: Kathryn Huyghue & Shobhit Jain Director of Photography: Daniel Lazar

Actors from left to right: Marque Pham Malin Jörnvi Aixa Kendrick Karmen Naidoo

Editor: Sylvan Gu VFX Supervisor/Artist: Spencer Griswold Colorist: Maxwell Roberts-Pereira

1st Assistant Director: Jordan Rowe Gaffer: Ibrahim Bey Key Grip: Ryan Lee PA: Nathan Ho