Film Talk & Screening: Paper Words
- 305 Russell
- 7/17/2012, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Paper Words is directed, produced, and written by Joyce Lee, an award-winning Asian-American independent filmmaker with a fine arts background in drawing, painting, and creative writing. Lee's short debut film, Foreign Talk, was one of the first few media projects to explore the tensions between African-Americans and Asians after the Los Angeles riots. Her films have aired on National PBS, cable stations, and festivals worldwide. Her work has won awards and cash prizes, including an ABC New Talent Development Grant for her screenplay "My Secret Wish." She also won the prestigious Women in Film General Motors Emerging Filmmakers Grant and the Robin Eickman Award. Lee is also the director and co-producer of Poetry Inside Out, a sister film to Paper Words, which shows the academic possibilities when resources become to available to multilingual children.
Persons interested in attending may rsvp the library by Friday, July 13th.
Where: 305 Russell
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