Long Tran is an M.A. student with a background in filmmaking that confronts xenophobia, racism, sexism, and transphobia. His films were screened, covered, and honored by the Seattle International Film Festival, Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival, Wong Fu Productions, NBC News Asian America, Adobe, and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and Northwest Asian Weekly. As the son of a Việt Nam War immigrant and refugee, his disconnection with Vietnamese culture catalyzed his social-justice-oriented work in academia and Hollywood, which inspired him to center his scholarly interests around Việt Nam War-era national cinema and related media. His recent essay “Queer History Through a Hollywood Lens” was recently accepted for publication in the Augsburg Honors Review. In addition to his many scholarly and artistic accolades, he enters graduate studies as the founder of the Vietnamese Student Association at UW Tacoma, former president of the Film Club, and a Husky 100. He is a boba connoisseur and is obsessed with black and green milk tea. His favorite food is phở and bún bò Huế.
- Tran, Long. "Queer History Through a Hollywood Lens." Augsburg Honors Review 12.9 (2019): 129-139. Web.
- 9066. Dir. Long Tran. Perf. Arnold Mukai, Joel Ambo, and Annie Truex. This is a Long Film, 2018. Film
- Dinosaurs in the Hood. Dir. Nikkia Atkinson and Long Tran. Perf. Jonathan Keyes. This is a Long Film, 2017. Film.
- Tran, Long. “subtle asian womxn.” Global Honors Digital Commons (2019): 1-12.
- Komunyakaa, Yusef. "Các Cô Gái Quán Bar Sài Gòn, 1975" (An English to Vietnamese Translation of Yusef Komunyakaa's "Saigon Bar Girls, 1975"). Trong Điên Cái Đầu, 54-55. Được dịch bởi Trần Hoàng Long. Middletown, CT: Nhà xuất Đại học Wesleyan, 2012. https://uw.manifoldapp.org/projects/saigon-bar-girls-1975
- Long Hoàng Trần wins UW Libraries Student Video Contest - May 21, 2020
- Long Hoàng Trần Shines - March 12, 2020