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To Be Me: Tony Quon
Producer: Visual Communications
1973
Color
10 minutes
US
English

To Be Me: Tony Quon

This award-winning short film follows Tony, an active ten-year-old Chinese immigrant as he describes adjusting to an American school. Tony describes his first impressions of "strange new classrooms", as the film journeys with him through Los Angeles. A Visual Communications Production, this film was funded by the Office of Education Emergency School Aid Act.
Awards

• First Prize, Chicago International Festival of Children's Films
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