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Asian American & Pacific Islander Animators Celebrate Science Fiction | SYFY x Tongal Presents

Asian American & Pacific Islander Animators Celebrate Science Fiction | SYFY x Tongal Presents

See 6 exciting, sci-fi inspired shorts by AAPI creators! #SYFY #AAPIxNBCU ►► SUBSCRIBE: ►► WATCH FULL EPISODES NOW: ►► VISIT SYFY’S OFFICIAL SITE: #SYFY #AAPIxNBCU About SYFY: SYFY is a global, multiplatform media brand that gives science fiction fans of all kinds a universe to call home. Celebrating the genre in all its forms, SYFY super-serves passionate fans with original science fiction, fantasy, paranormal and superhero programming like ‘Resident Alien,’ ‘Wynonna Earp,’ and ‘Face Off,’ as well as live event coverage and imaginative digital and social content. SYFY is a network of NBCUniversal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies. NBCUniversal is a subsidiary of Comcast Corporation. Get More SYFY: Visit SYFY 's Official Site: Watch SYFY Full Episodes Here: Stream Peacock Now: Like SYFY on Facebook: Follow SYFY on Twitter: Follow SYFY on Instagram: " ‘Realm of Humanity by Chad Martin Caption Aloha! I am Chad Martin, a multimedia artist of Native Hawaiian and Asian descent. I am honored to be a part of SYFYʻs celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This animation is inspired by the cultural stories of Pacific Islanders that have provided generations with keen insight of their environment and their place within it. The totality of the sea is attributed to Kanaloa, a primordial god of creation. Kanaloa represents all facets of the sea: its wonders, its dangers, its cycles, its control over the weather above, and all life - and legend - within it. Whether revered as a deity or used as an anthropomorphic integer to understand indigenous thought, Kanaloa’s reign of the sea is absolute. Happy AAPI Heritage Month! Social Media Handles Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: TikTok: Linkedin: -- “Storytime” by CC Pixels: Caption Moving to Asia at a young age, we were greatly influenced by Asian myths and folklore which were shared and taught to us by our parents. Now, raising our own family in America, we are passing these stories to our kids. Social Media Handles Instagram: Facebook: — “Bibidi-Kimbap-Idi Boo!” by Good Golly: Instagram Caption Hey! We’re Alexa and Minhee, the directing team behind Good Golly. Growing up, Asian-American food was such a big part of our culture. With this video, we wanted to celebrate kimbap, one of our favorite snacks, and give it a stop motion Miyazaki-esque spin.  Social Media Handles Instagram: TikTok: —— The Adventures of Freddy Han by Princess Astle Instagram Caption My name is Princess, and I’ve been developing the character of Freddy Han for a long time. I can’t remember exactly how I got the initial idea, but Freddy Han is definitely inspired by a combination of people I’ve met throughout my travels in my home continent and stories I’ve been told growing up by my elders. Freddy shows that there’s a little kid inside of all of us, proving that, no matter how old we are, we can always tap into that sense of adventure - even if it’s just a figment of our imagination sparked by little simple things we see in our daily lives. Social Media Handles Instagram: Instagram: Instagram: --- First Date by Susan Bin Instagram Caption My name is Susan. When I was eight, my family left the Pacific for America. I grew up watching giant robots fight giant monsters in anime and on the big screen. Turns out, we love mechs and kaiju on both sides of the Pacific! This short is my big honking love letter to the genre, these frenemies, and their long-reigning partnership. Social Media Handles Instagram:  Twitter:  Facebook: —  “Potluck” ALSO by Good Golly: Caption Hello there! We’re Minhee and Alexa of Good Golly, a directing duo based out of Los Angeles. Growing up, there was nothing more embarrassing than opening your lunch box to reveal something “weird” like kimbap or inari sushi. Now as adults, we love and celebrate those differences that make us Asian American, and we’d like to think that those differences add something really special to the patchwork quilt that is American culture.  Social Media Handles Instagram: TikTok:
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