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Telling “Asian” Stories

2021English

Racialized filmmakers often wrestle with the narrative limits of identity politics when wanting to celebrate and push for complexity and abundance. Join us in conversation with filmmakers working in different mediums for various platforms on how they negotiate their relationships with storytelling and identity politics within Canadian filmmaking. What are their considerations in telling stories? How do they navigate stereotypes, personal experiences, and craft? What are the stories they dream of telling?

 

Moderator:

Karen B. K. ChanEducator, Fluid Exchange 

Panelists:

Maya Bastian • Filmmaker

Randall OkitaFilmmaker and Artist

Catherine Hernandez Author and Screenwriter

14 Nov, 2021 4:30 pm

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