Captured amid the Hong Kong protests, We Don’t Dance for Nothing is a photo-montage love letter to the Filipina domestic workers of Hong Kong and their passion for dance. H, a young domestic worker who plans to run from Hong Kong towards her dreams of love with another woman Sampa, independence, and freedom.
Stefanos Tai is a Greek-Chinese-American director. His works are intensely anthropological, and aim to remind us of a simple idea: we have more in common than sets us apart. He's screened at Tribeca, BAM, Cinequest, DOXA, Woodstock, and more. He received an Impact Docs Award, a Scholastic Gold Key, and the "One to Watch” award from the Asian American FF.