2021 Asian & Asian American Showcase
The Loyal Betrayal
A Film by Tom Huang
A classic black-and-white Film Noir set in the Manzanar Japanese American Internment Camp, “The Loyal Betrayal” follows Eric Koyanagi and Eleanor Hanada, trapped in the WWII prison camp in the California desert, as they take a twisted journey of love, betrayal and murder ending at a makeshift camp mess hall night club on the Fourth of July.
About the Director
Tom Huang is an award-winning Writer/Director. His latest feature film, FIND ME, which he wrote and directed, won multiple festival awards, is 100% on Rotten Tomatoes with critics, and became a streaming hit on Amazon Prime. Outside Magazine named it “the Indie Adventure Film we all need,” while the Hollywood Reporter called it “a funny, uniquely charming, and gorgeous film.”
Tom, a Warner Brothers Workshop graduate, has been a Staff Writer on TV sitcoms on ABC and CBS, and is a Film Independent Screenwriting Lab and Fast Track Fellow, where he developed his next feature project, DEALING WITH DAD, currently in pre-production.
Behind the Scenes work on The Loyal Betrayal
Director: Tom Huang
Cinematographer: Kyle Crowell
Written & Produced by: Tom Huang & Koji Steven Sakai
Associate Producer: Sheen Faulconer
Music by: mj mynarski
Production Sound: Steven Alamanza
Editor: Tom Huang
Visual Effects: James Corvo