Short Film: I’M FINE, 17min., USA, Drama

Directed by Justin Ho
Allyson and her father join after years of separation and are both forced to revisit their past together.

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Director Biography – Justin Ho

Justin Ho is an award winning filmmaker, he graduated with Honors from New York City’s prestigious School of Visual Arts (SVA) with a BFA in Film/Video, Concentration in Cinematography. As an undergraduate at SVA, he wrote and directed eleven short films. His College freshman year film SILENCE won Best College Student Film at the Garden State Film Festival. At the age of 19, Justin became the youngest filmmaker to have a film ENAMOUR officially selected to the Internationales Filmfest Oldenburg. Justin’s thesis feature film Placebo went on to many festivals. It was nominated for best showcase feature at the Soho International Film Festival, Winner for Best Home Grown Student Film at the Garden State Film Festival, Remi Winner at the 46th Annual WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, and Winner for Best Director at the Golden Egg Film Festival. Justin’s second feature film Minor Motion Picture won Best Showcase Feature Film at The Soho International Film Festival.

Director Statement

Maybe it’s escapism, maybe it’s yearning, maybe it’s loneliness. Perhaps all is to much to hold, and ideas of fictional possibilities are all that I have. Maybe film making is the only way to help me feel whole. Even if only for a moment.

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