When 20 Jul 2021
6:30PM - 8:15PM
Where Asian American Arts Alliance
20 Jay Street Ste 740
Brooklyn, NY 11201
United States

The Asian American Arts Alliance (A4) invites you to participate in our July Town Hall: Film & Media.

From documentary series, fictional shorts, to stop-motion films and YouTube clips, the moving picture across different platforms plays a significant role in representation, creating and shattering stereotypes, and informing us about the world around us. Whether you are behind the camera directing or crafting the story, in front of the camera portraying a character, or a programmer presenting the work to the public, we invite you to pitch your current projects, find other colllaborators, share opportunities, and introduce yourself to our community of AAPI creatives!

Featured Presenters:

  • Christine Choy, director of the Academy-award nominated film, Who Killed Vincent Chin?, will speak about her work on the documentary, and her pioneering career in illuminating social justice issues through film.
  • Ann Hu, director, writer, and producer of Confetti will discuss her upcoming feature film, slated for nationwide theatrical release, and what brought her to tell this story of dyslexia and immigration.

After the pitches and presentations, stick around for some virtual networking and conversation in Zoom breakout rooms with fellow attendees.

This event is FREE and open to the public. RSVP is required to pitch and/or attend. You don’t have to pitch to attend—RSVP to enjoy the presentations, idea exchange, and the virtual company of fellow artists and organizers!

For more information please click here.
Image courtesy of the event organizer.