A jaded food courier runs into a moral dilemma where she has to make the decision to deliver an order that has been 'tainted'. Jeannie Nguyen writes and directs “Clam Dog,” a dark comedy about a simple job that turns into a night-gone-wrong set of predicaments. Trang is a young delivery driver in L.A. working for an app called Nom Nom, where she is forced to endure horrible customers, and more generally, the world gone to shit. When she witnesses a cook engaged in a lewd act with a hot dog she’s supposed to deliver, Trang scrambles to decide how to respond. Painted with an almost dystopian (though colorful) brush, the film crafts its vivid atmosphere by highlighting all things gross and non-functioning, and littering the frame with rude and narcissistic wannabes. We featured Nguyen’s previous short, “Sigh Gone,” which is quite different in tone but shares a questioning gaze at our culture’s obsession with technology. (19 minutes). Writer/Director: Jeannie Nguyen. Starring Ngoc Anh Ha and Jenny Yang. Cinematographer: Andrew Yuyi Truong. Producer: Jing Niu. Original Score by: Ryan Galvan, Kristian Buenconsejo, Julian Puel and Clay Blundon. Production Designer: Anna Lian Tes. Costumer Designer: Allison Choi Braun. Hair/MUA: Mary Tran, Crystal Tran. Location Sound: Sean Hokanson.