Short Film Reel Writer and Director: Hon Hoang Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/honnnhoang/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGztfPJWiGI&feature=emb_title
From 2017-2019, I’ve had the good fortune to capture the beautiful chaos that is Lucha Vavoom. It felt surreal to bear witness to the high flying, testosterone fueled theatrics that used to be confined to the black box residing within the living room. Overtime I wanted to dive deeper into the world. I originally posted […]
Medellin Medellin feels as if it belongs to a dream. Forests sitting on top of mountainous terrain seem to go on endlessly. Traveling into the city from its outskirts, the mountains swallow up those who passthrough, with the communes cradled in the bowels of its valley. As you make the descent, the view from up […]
Two office workers meet between moments of banality. Credits: Written and Directed: Hon Hoang www.honhoang.com https://instagram.com/honnnhoang/ Starrring: Jennifer Khoe https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4711349/ https://www.instagram.com/jennkhoe/ Monica Cho https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6643525/ https://www.instagram.com/themonicacho/ Director of Photography: Anghel Paras https://www.imdb.com/name/nm8831485/ https://www.instagram.com/anghel.paras/ Produced: Hon Hoang www.honhoang.com https://instagram.com/honnnhoang/ Tk Gorgonia http://www.tkgorgonia.com https://www.imdb.com/name/nm7486793/ Composer: Dash Lunde https://vpcvpcvpc.bandcamp.com/ https://www.instagram.com/virtualperfectioncowboy/ Sound Design: Kevin Teruya https://www.imdb.com/name/nm9925906/ https://www.instagram.com/kbteruya/ Choreographer: Vivian […]
Directed by: Dawn Shadforth Producers: Rachel Rumbold, Jonas Quant I needed to figure out how to edit a dance scene for my recent short film and luckily re-discovered this great music video by Hurts. Everything from it’s color, composition, to it’s storytelling is absolutely captivating.
Tattoo Culture in South Korea. Photography and Interview by: Hon Hoang He sits in the tattoo parlor telling me about how Korea is changing. In his unique accent, a mix of Korean and Australian, he tells me about a traditional culture that is moving from conservatism towards one of self-expression. Traditional Korean views dictate that having […]
The Story A child born of mainland China, Wong Kar-Wai escaped to British-ruled Hong Kong during the beginning of China’s Cultural Revolution. He spent his early youth in a new city, isolated from the culture around him. Voices resonate as incoherent speech. Words assembled from familiar yet indeterminable sounds. In a busy city where people […]