“When I began to make films, I discovered that I saw a world of double exposure – where the presence of here was always imprinted upon the absence of there, where “home” and “back home” often coexisted within the same frame.”
Seventy years after their imprisonment and after decades of living in silence and shame, three “comfort women” survivors give their first-hand accounts of the truth for the record, seeking apology and the hope that this horrific chapter of history not be forgotten.
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She has worked on several key projects to position CAAM as a leader in the media world, including producing “Elevate, Incubate and Demonstrate: Advancing Asian American Artists in Media panel” at Sundance 2017.