Directed By: Tiffany Hsiung ⎥ Canada ⎥ 2020 ⎥ 29m

Captured over 14 years and across two continents ‘Sing Me a Lullaby’ unravels the complex tensions between love and sacrifice. Told through the intertwined journeys of daughters and their mothers, this is a story about recovering familial history, healing inherited pain, and understanding that love comes in many forms.

About the Director:

Tiffany Hsiung is Peabody award-winning filmmaker based in Toronto, Canada and is listed as one of DOC NYC’s 40 under 40. She recently won the inaugural Toronto International Film Festival ‘Share Her Journey Short Cuts Award’ after the world premiere of her recent film ‘Sing Me a Lullaby’ (2020) and Best Short Film For the Directors Guild of Canada. Hsiung received the prestigious Peabody award for her debut feature ‘The Apology’ (2018) along with the DuPont Columbia Award and the Allan King Memorial Award.

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