Directed by Amanda Ann-Min Wong
Alison loves to swim. What no one believes is that Alison can venture into the afterlife by holding her breath underwater. When her nanny Hua suffers a heart attack, Alison dives too deep for too long, searching for family and for herself.
BCSA: VAFF Best Canadian Short Award 2016 nominee
Amanda Ann-Min Wong has been a storyteller ever since she can remember. A poet, writer, and musician, she eventually fell in love with the art of filmmaking. Swim Low is her directorial debut in fiction short film. Originally from Singapore, she now lives in Toronto, Canada.
Director / Writer: Amanda Ann-Min Wong
Producer: Ryan Nesbitt
November 6 / 90 minsOur LIFE IN MULTICULTURE Canadian Shorts program celebrates the myriad cultural, sexual and individual identities of Canadian Asian and hapa diaspora.