Users will be able to explore interviews, and archival footage from the past and present, allowing a diverse cross section of Angelenos to share their stories. We will be sharing our outcomes and ideas from the Sundance New Frontiers Artist residency we were part of in I spoke about the documentary series I am developing with fellow WOC filmmakers about women of color running for office in ! I wrote about my experience working with a Chinese filmmaking team and how collaboration leads to creative breakthroughs. K-TOWN '92 is now live!
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It is about Lee's attempt to define a common set of stereotypes associated with the name that she shares with the film's subjects. Growing up in Columbia, Missouri , director Grace Lee felt that she had a unique name and identity, as there were not many other Asians in her community. Dissatisfied with the "nice" personality commonly ascribed to the Asian-American women with this name, she sets out to find people who break the mold, including Grace Lee Boggs , a Chinese-American philosopher and activist.