Food for the Gods

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Food for the Gods (often referred to online as FFTG) is a 2007 Canadian short, science fiction, romance film from award-winning writer/filmmaker H.wikipedia
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Yvette Lu

The film stars Yvette Lu and Danny Dorosh as two star-crossed lovers in a plot reminiscent of stories of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith. In the protagonist role, Yvette Lu is "Sheenyana," a beautiful, mystic warrior and member of the fictional Kyontawa tribe—a post-Neolithic tribe of humans residing on a pristine forested world, presumably in the Alpha Centauri star system.
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Lu has starred in many independent films, most notably Food for the Gods and Servants of War.

H. Scott Hughes

Food for the Gods (often referred to online as FFTG) is a 2007 Canadian short, science fiction, romance film from award-winning writer/filmmaker H. Scott Hughes. This film takes place in the same fictional universe as Crazy Old Woman, a previous short film written by H. Scott Hughes and directed by FFTG producer, Joe Fang.
He is the co-writer/director of the 2007 short sci-fi romance Food for the Gods which premiered on Canada's Shaw Multicultural Channel, as well as screening at the Vancouver International Film Centre, the New Asia Film Festival in Richmond, BC, the Route 66 Film Festival in Springfield, Illinois, and the 12th Annual Vancouver Asian Film Festival.

Shaker Paleja

Danny Dorosh, Shaker Paleja, and Tara Pratt reprise their roles as the original Eagle III astronauts from Food for the Gods. Also returning is Taka Hiro as the Kyontawa king, Shogoto.
Film roles include Food for the Gods, Elegy with Ben Kingsley and Dennis Hopper, and The Day the Earth Stood Still with Keanu Reeves.

Crazy Old Woman

This film takes place in the same fictional universe as Crazy Old Woman, a previous short film written by H. Scott Hughes and directed by FFTG producer, Joe Fang.
This film takes place in the same fictional universe as H. Scott Hughes's science fiction film Food for the Gods, set fifty years in the future.

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Food for the Gods (often referred to online as FFTG) is a 2007 Canadian short, science fiction, romance film from award-winning writer/filmmaker H. Scott Hughes.

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Food for the Gods (often referred to online as FFTG) is a 2007 Canadian short, science fiction, romance film from award-winning writer/filmmaker H. Scott Hughes.

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Food for the Gods (often referred to online as FFTG) is a 2007 Canadian short, science fiction, romance film from award-winning writer/filmmaker H. Scott Hughes.

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The film stars Yvette Lu and Danny Dorosh as two star-crossed lovers in a plot reminiscent of stories of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith.

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The film stars Yvette Lu and Danny Dorosh as two star-crossed lovers in a plot reminiscent of stories of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith.

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The film is based on a short story by Patricia C. Hughes.

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The film is based on a short story by Patricia C. Hughes.

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In the protagonist role, Yvette Lu is "Sheenyana," a beautiful, mystic warrior and member of the fictional Kyontawa tribe—a post-Neolithic tribe of humans residing on a pristine forested world, presumably in the Alpha Centauri star system.

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In the protagonist role, Yvette Lu is "Sheenyana," a beautiful, mystic warrior and member of the fictional Kyontawa tribe—a post-Neolithic tribe of humans residing on a pristine forested world, presumably in the Alpha Centauri star system.

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In the protagonist role, Yvette Lu is "Sheenyana," a beautiful, mystic warrior and member of the fictional Kyontawa tribe—a post-Neolithic tribe of humans residing on a pristine forested world, presumably in the Alpha Centauri star system.

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In the protagonist role, Yvette Lu is "Sheenyana," a beautiful, mystic warrior and member of the fictional Kyontawa tribe—a post-Neolithic tribe of humans residing on a pristine forested world, presumably in the Alpha Centauri star system.

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After a NASA expedition lands in Sheenyana's forest, Sheenyana saves the life of American astronaut Lt. Richard O’Conner (Danny Dorosh).

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Featuring a majority Asian cast, Food for the Gods premiered on Canadian cable, Shaw Multicultural Channel, Sunday, May 25, 2008, as part of SMC's and ExplorASIAN's (a Vancouver-based Asian heritage organization) salute to Canada's Asian Heritage Month, which takes place each May.