SPOTLIGHT FILM: Great American Dream directed by Roger Lim

     Attempting to reverse the devastating memories of his late father, Eric,
an AmerAsian graduate, assumes an identity to take back one last year of
college baseball.

     Along with Danny, another graduate using an assumed identity, Eric
battles his way onto the team, eying the attention of the professional
scouts. But along his journey, he develops an unexpected, yet close
connection with head Coach Pierce, a man who still suffers from the
heartbreaking loss of his son.

     Once Eric's innocent friendship deepens with Coach Pierce's neice, Amy,
all of his honesty, integrity, and loyalty grow severely compromised. So he
distances himself from Amy in an effort to deny his mounting guilt. 

     As the big Easter Tournament approaches, Eric bonds with his closest
rival, Tommy, and establishes himself as a team leader through his
relentless work ethic. However, he's alienated by both Danny and Amy,
whose lives begin taking reckless turns

      Already struggling through physical, emotional, and spiritual adversity,
Eric winds up on the same field opposite an enemy from his secretive past.
Now he is forced to watch Coach Pierce re-live his most tragic loss, or play
in a game that threatens to bring his career, and his freedom, to an abrupt

SPOTLIGHT FILM:  Not So Young  directed by Roger Lim

     Eric, an American-born Asian college graduate, must borrow a younger student's identity to take back the one last year of baseball he lost when his dad passed away.

     Monica, his Coach's All-American daughter, must ascertain her own questionable identity in order to come to terms with the years of abuse she suffered after her mom passed away.

     Through cultural, ethical, and generational challenges, Eric and Monica
hide their true selves from one another for as long as they can. 

     However, when the severe nature of her trauma is revealed, he must
re-evaluate the importance of his diminishing baseball dreams versus the
rapidly unfolding consequences of her self-destructive behavior.


Introducing the third feature film installment, Young Again (AmerAsian3)  directed by Roger Lim 





         American-born Asian graduate student, Eric Young, is lured back to college baseball field one final time, passing himself off as 10 years younger to try out for the Division 2 Volcanos. Once he makes the cut, Eric, often injured, develops a relationship with his neighbor, Jackie, an aspiring, All-American personal trainer. 

          But when ex-boyfriend Smaller joins the baseball coaching staff, attempting to win Jackie back, Eric finds himself amidst jealousy and suspicion. As the season progresses, Eric mentors his fellow AmerAsian roommate, Frates, also a backup catcher. Although both sit the bench, they continually prepare for a big mid-season exhibition against a pro team, hoping to garner any attention from the scouts that will show.

          However, when competition heats up between the 2 roommates, Frates decides to take his future into his own hands. With confrontations mounting all around, Eric is forced to search deep within, where he realizes just how closely baseball has always mirrored his every choice.

          While the Volcanos spiral down toward the worst season in school history, opportunity arises when Barber, the starting catcher, suffers an injury, forcing Head Coach Meyers to choose the backup.

          Surprisingly, it is Eric who is called upon to start against the professional Stars. But with Smaller hot on the trail of compromising Eric's identity, Jackie ultimately discovers that Eric's true enemy is really himself, leaving him to suffer the consequences of a serious psychological dilemma.


***AmerAsian [a'mer 'eizn] / noun, adj./ 1. a person of Asian descent who is born in America 2. a relationship between an American-born Asian and an All-American 3. A person sharing both Caucasian and Asian descent or ancestry