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Home Court

Directed By Erica Tanamachi

USA, Cambodia | Documentary | 95 min

East Coast Premiere

— About Home Court

Ashley Chea is a Cambodian American basketball phenom. HOME COURT, filmed over three years, is a coming-of-age story that relays the highs and lows of her immigrant family, surmounting racial and class differences, as well as personal trials that include a devastating knee injury. Despite the intensity of basketball recruiting, Ashley’s humor shines through and her natural talent inspires the support of those around her.



      • Date and Time

        Saturday, August 03 2024

        4:15 PM to 6:05 PM

      • Venue

        Regal Union Square - Auditorium 15

        850 Broadway
        New York, NY 10003

      Film Details

      1. Strong language, Violence

      2. English, Khmer

      3. English

      4. East Coast Premiere

      5. 2024

      6. 95 minutes

      7. Coming-of-Age, Family

      8. Documentary

      9. USA, Cambodia

        1. Erica Tanamachi

        Erica’s most recent film, Winn, premiered at the 2022 Atlanta Film Festival and attained a distribution deal with PBS. Erica was the creative producer for the feature documentary Motherload (2019) which garnered the "Best International Documentary '' from the Hollywood North Film Awards. She also won "Best Documentary" from The Sonoma Film Festival, Silverlake Film Festival, and The Documentary Foundation for her short documentary, Living Poets. Erica is an MFA Cinema graduate of SFSU (2007) and has been producing and directing independent documentaries for over 18 years.

        1. Jenn Lee Smith

          Brandon Soun

          Erica Tanamachi

        1. Jean Kawahara

          Erica Tanamachi

        1. Ashley Chea

          Jayme Kiyomura Chan

          Lida Chea

          Baov Chea

        1. EPs: Diane Quon, Lisa Ling

          DP: Brian Inocencio

          Editor: Jean Kawahara

          Composer: Gene Back

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