D A TSUFURA
Donna Ayako Tsufura is a filmmaker, playwright and inveterate traveler who has gotten lost in over 30 countries around the world. Death and Peanuts, her short experimental film about grief and the psyche, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Other shorts include A Tale From Fort Tryon Park (broadcast on WNYC-TV) and the Rose Thief (in post production). Her play Origami was produced by Northwest Asian American Theatre in Seattle. Donna has been a staff member of the Sundance Institute's Filmmakers Lab, Playwrights Lab and Theater Lab. She is currently developing MacKenzie's Cafe, a Dramatic comedy feature about a young Asian American woman who goes after her dreams, and a short, the Wedding Dance, the tale of a homophobic father's acceptance of his son.
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Origami resonates with the terrible consequences of what happens in a family when truths are deliberately hidden and cover-ups are used to protect the innocent. It centers around Kay Kageyama is a bright, independent and willful 17-year-old in the Chesterfield, Conn. of 1975, who discovers the family secet. . ..
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