Here’s a video recap of last week’s Los Angeles premiere, and the incredible Sriracha art currently on exhibit at the Chinese American Museum.
Sriracha Premieres in Hollywood, June 3!
After playing to sold-out crowds in Atlanta, Indianapolis and San Francisco, the story of LA’s favorite hot sauce finally comes home!
Sriracha will screen Tuesday, June 3 at 2:45p at the historic, 448-seat Chinese Theatre in Hollywood—an official selection of the 17th Annual Dances With Films festival!
Your ticket to this Documentary Shorts program also includes “Friends You Haven’t Met Yet,” “Silver Tsunami” and “Pie Lady of Pie Town.”
I had a great time in Eugene, Oregon, and Sriracha won “Best Short Doc”!
Tomorrow in Eugene, Oregon—Sriracha at 12:40p, Bijou Arts Cinema. Official selection of the Disorient Asian American Film Festival!
Director Griffin Hammond talks “Srirachapocalypse” on HuffPost Live.
Last night, I sat right in the middle of the largest, sold-out crowd Sriracha has seen yet. 230 people packed into the Roxie Theatre, San Francisco’s oldest continually operating theater. The audience at the Food & Farm Film Fest reacted with so much laughter, groaning, applause. That’s exactly why I make films—to evoke these feelings—so it’s beautiful to see it in person.