Today is the big day! Videos will be available to download starting at 10:00 EST. The DVD will be in a few days, but I promise it’s coming! Here she is: Continue reading Video Release!
Starting February 28, 2018, you’ll finally be able to download the video through Vimeo on Demand or order DVDs on Amazon. Mark your calendar! Tell all your friends! And Londoners can get a sneak preview of the final cut at University of London, SOAS on 12 Feb. Find out more at this link! Continue reading Announcing the Video & DVD Release!
I was in New York City for a week in March and met up with two female filmmaker friends who both lamented about projects that were never completed. I think this is a problem that we face as female artists. It’s often our third or even fourth job and we never have enough time or … Continue reading Film, Resumed
Nearly seventy years ago this week, the Taiwanese rose up against the Nationalist Chinese and were brutally supressed. The 228 uprising is tragic not only for the loss of an entire generation of Taiwanese leaders, but also because it could’ve been so different. What if there had been international support for the Taiwanese? What if … Continue reading A Piece of the Film for Peace on 228
For two weeks, I’ve been struggling to make one little edit on the film, export it, and then upload it to a video-on-demand platform. But I’ve realized that with my lack of resources and desire to make the project available, I’m skipping a ridiculously important step. So I’m writing partially in admittance of defeat and … Continue reading Horse in Front of the Cart
It’s the day of the dead, day of transformation. I’m back in NYC, enjoying an amazingly sunny autumn, and thinking about this film, which has been such a struggle, but has somehow managed to find so much love and support from all of you amazing people. I’m still penniless but with a new donation, I did … Continue reading Hello from NYC (updates on the film)
The annual conference for the North American Taiwanese Women’s Association (NATWA) was a blast as usual. Highlights included a hundred Taiwanese women aged 50+ dancing to old Taiwanese hits while waving iPhones lit up with a flashlight app. I was invited to be part of a panel of younger Taiwanese women artists on Sunday. It was … Continue reading From SoCal to Switzerland