75 minutes the film, Escape, by UCLA Film and Psychology student Lisa Ranran Hu has been noted Teen Vogue.
Selected in their influential 21 Under 21 The list was the 19-year-old UCLA sophomore selected from hundreds of nominees and other ambitious artists and activists.
As reported in the latest UCLA Newsroom "Escape, which had an unexpected and unresolved road to her debut on the screen, gained unexpected attention in his native country in China, attacked publicly, challenged the status quo regarding her country's attitude towards HLT topics and earned a self-esteemed filmmaker some impressive recognition. "
The film also represented the interests of Harry Potter movie star Emma Watson, also known as Hermione Granger.
"They told me that it was actually Emma Watson who nominated me, and I was astonished a lot," explains Hu.
House movies follow the story of a transgender teenager when she will gain acceptance and confidence in her emerging female identity.
– Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) November 5, 2018
This amazing achievement has undoubtedly inspired House comrades and young female innovators around the world to push their dreams to bring their ideas to the big screen.
UCLA is a university that supports all students, while this academic institution can also inspire other universities to encourage students to produce their own creative projects.
So, to all the prominent filmmakers out there – keep in mind that everything is possible!
If you are interested in watching House movies for extra inspiration, check out the trailer below.
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