A story about passion, cultural identity and the pursuit of big dreams from the small island of Guam USA.
Talent Town is a thought-provoking journey through Guam’s landscape of world-class, homegrown talent.
In a span of less than seven years, top organizations and publications including Time Magazine, Interscope Records, The Olympics, Filmmaker Magazine, Variety Magazine, the UFC, Bellator MMA and Major League Baseball have all featured the homegrown talents from one of the most unsuspecting of places…a small Pacific island only thirty seven miles long and five miles wide; the island of Guam, USA.
Award-winning filmmakers Don and Kel Muña conduct over thirty exclusive interviews with some of Guam’s most notable residing talent.
Director: Don and Kel Muna
Award-winning producers, writers and directors, brothers Don and Kel Muña are best known for their internationally acclaimed independent film, “Shiro’s Head“ (2008), Guam’s first locally produced full-length feature film. Their debut film was crowned Winner of the Silver Ace Award at the Las Vegas International Film Festival, Best of Festival and Best Feature Film at the Sandhills Film Festival, as well as Grand Jury Award Finalist at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Their film had also been officially selected to screen in France, Japan, Hawaii and Philadelphia and has been used as academic curriculum at Purdue University, University of Hawaii and University of Guam. Talent Town is their second feature-length film.
Film Type:Documentary, Feature
Genres:culture, art, music, diaspora, social issues
Runtime:1 hour 35 minutes
Completion Date:August 1, 2014
Production Budget:65,000 USD
Country of Origin:Guam
Country of Filming:Guam