Director’s Early Journey
Director Robin Lung writes about discovering Li Ling-Ai on her filmmaker’s blog “In Search of Lily Wu.”
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7 days ago
Celebrating the birthday of Li Ling-Ai in Hong Kong with 3 more screenings. Please share the news! 💜💜🙏 ... See MoreSee Less
Reunion in Chongqing with a couple of the volunteer historic preservationists who helped me find key KUKAN-related locations and the scholars who helped bring KUKAN to China for the first time (namely Professor Zhou Yong). It was a very happy occasion to finally screen FINDING KUKAN for them (along with many new friends) and tell them all about the great strides our film has made in the five years since many of us last met. So great to have Paul Levitt at my side to meet the people who have become familiar to him through my film. ... See MoreSee Less
Nanjing is a big university town with dozens of different colleges all over the growing city. We were really privileged to get to visit the impressive campus of the Communications University of Nanjing (about an hour away from downtown Nanjing). We screened for directing and editing students there, and had a great response from them. Professor Echo Yu (directing specialty) was a wonderful and lively host who treated us to Nanjing specialties at lunch. Screening was held in a theater style auditorium with a big LED screen. Note Michelle Osterhoudt Scott's original profile of me was repurposed by the design students at the university for an attractive poster that was plastered all over campus. Thanks to Dong Sun and the staff of U.S. Consulate Shanghai for facilitating the amazing day. ... See MoreSee Less
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