Tangerine director Sean Baker

Sean .S. Baker made his debut into the film making industry in 2000 with “Four Letter Words”, an 82-minute feature film about the lives and attitudes of young men in American suburbs. Four years later – in 2004 – the forty four year old New York University’s Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies graduate teamed up with Shih-Ching Tsou to write and direct “Take Out” an independent film that would in later years receive overwhelming critical acclaim. Read More