“The film is intensely perfect at relating its world to ours in real life. The vast majority of us sit at a desk and lazily hammer on a keyboard at the intense eye of our bosses, and we are released only when the clock strikes a certain hour.”

Sploid recognizes Kepler X-47 for its great storytelling and awesome eye candy.

Li earned inclusion into SHOOT’s Showcase for directing Kepler X-47, her dystopian science fiction short film.

Li has been recognized as an up-and-coming helmer to watch in SHOOT’s worldwide search for the next generation of film and commercial directors.

Erin Li ‘s immigration family drama TO THE BONE is a Critic’s Pick.

“To The Bone is a tale of innocent rebellion, albeit one with severe consequences…The film could’ve gone bleak and sad and ended there, but it also makes a statement about family and sticking together no matter what.”

“With staunch, dedicated performances…and beautifully-shot scenes that tell much more than eight minutes worth of a story, To The Bone is definitely not a film to miss.”

“Beautifully crafted…an exquisitely-executed, tragic tale of the sacrifices that such families endure in order to survive.”

CHRISTILILY CHIV Recommends… TO THE BONE by Erin Li Erin Li’s latest brings light to a very real situation of immigration. An L.A. native serving her seventh year curating for the Film Festival, CHRISTILILY CHIV has a degree in Media and Cultural Studies from the University of California at Riverside. Her passions are working with youth, advocating expression through visual and performing arts, EATING, traveling, exploring, creating relationships, and making people smile and laugh.  Full article here.

To The Bone captures the guilt of a father whose children must work to help him provide for them, the exhaustion and frustration of a preteen girl whose thrust into adulthood before her time and the innocence of an 8-year-old who is protective and sensitive to a sister who is more like his mother.