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“Master Yoshi’s Terrible Day” to Make Its World Premiere at NY Shorts

Master Yoshi’s Terrible Day

Saturday, June 1 at 9:00 p.m.

Cinema Village – 22 E. 12th Street (between University Place and 5th Avenue)

Admission: $15

Master Yoshi’s Terrible Day will be making its world premiere at the New York Shorts International Film Festival. The New York Shorts International Film Festival showcases emerging and established independent filmmakers from around the world and provides an ideal platform to screen their short films and gain recognition in the heart of New York City.

Inspired by true events, Master Yoshi’s Terrible Day is a ten-minute comedy. It’s the latest short film written and directed by Ken Lin, founding member of the Asian rap band The Notorious MSG and director of the 2018 award-winning short film California Roll. After a humiliating defeat in front of his students, a delusional martial arts master struggles to regain his purpose.

Director: Ken Lin

Producer: Melissa McIntyre, Jun Suenaga

Writer: Ken Lin

Cast: Jun Suenaga, Taku Hirai, Sibyl Santiago

NY Shorts is running now through Thursday, June 6. To purchase tickets and to see the full lineup of short films, please visit New York Shorts International Film Festival’s website.