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BIPOC Film Project - Teriyaki Plus

The Shoreline Film Office is proud to share the final video from the three-part series highlighting local BIPOC-owned small businesses!

Presented by Alma Mía Productions

The Shoreline Film Office is very proud to share with you the final of three short videos documenting local BIPOC-owned businesses! The City of Shoreline, ShoreLake Arts, and Shoreline Community College co-produced the Film Project with major support from the Port of Seattle. The BIPOC Film Project celebrates diversity within the Shoreline business community and helps support the local growing media production industry.

Film 3: Teriyaki Plus, Shoreline, WA

We’re excited to spotlight Teriyaki Plus in the final video of the series. This restaurant is owned and operated by Sarah Kim, and has been serving fine teriyaki, noodles, and udon with the freshest ingredients to the community of Shoreline for 30 years.

- A word from Director Sandra Garcia-Arceo -

"Sarah Kim, the owner of Teriyaki Plus in Ballinger, has been working tirelessly to keep her restaurant going. She has faced many personal and economic challenges, but makes it clear she has no plans of giving up. This is our last video in our three part series where we highlight BIPOC owned businesses in Shoreline. We’ve been eager to share her her story and the light she brings to the community. While we were filming it was clear that she cares about her customers as much as they care about her. Her customers made sure to check-in on her while picking up their orders and always left with a warm smile on their face." - Sandra Garcia-Arceo

The Shoreline Film Office would like to thank the three participating businesses in this project for allowing Alma Mía Productions to interview and spend time filming in their workspace. We also want to thank Sandra Garcia-Arceo for taking the lead on this production and directing three wonderful videos in our first year. And of course a big thank you to the entire crew!

Director: Sandra Garcia-Arceo DP: Avery Johnson 1st AC: Brandon Ramirez Grip: Brandon Harano Sound Mixer: Daniel Tran CCO: Forrest Brown PA: Andy Stoddard Translator: Shiori Tabe Editor: Brandon Harano Colorist: T.K. Johnson Music Composer: Jeff Chambers An Alma Mía Production Made possible by contributions from: Port of Seattle ShoreLake Arts City of Shoreline Shoreline Community College Shoreline Film Office Special Thanks to: Suni Tolton

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