GRACE WANG is a writer, director, editor and producer. She programmed for film festivals, authored a feature column on films and China, contributed to New York and BeiJing editions of World Films Locations books, and was one of Roger Ebert’s Far-Flung Correspondents.
Her first short, I REMEMBER (2013), made with a crew/cast of three on no budget, premiered at the 2013 Berlin International Directors Lounge and opened 2013 Ebertfest. Her second short, LONESOME TOWN (2013), screened at numerous international festivals. Her third short, THE TRIP (2015), is the winner of Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival Pitch Competition and supported by National Film Board of Canada. THE TRIP won the Audience Choice Award for Best Short Film at 2015 Scarborough Worldwide Film Festival, screened at New York City Cinema Club’s Short Film Showcase, and was an official selection of 2016 Cleveland International Film Festival. THE TRIP was licensed by Air Canada, Comcast USA, and acquired by CBC – Canada’s national broadcasting network.
Grace is an alumni of the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival Talent Lab and 2016 CBC Development Workshop for Diverse Creators. She recently completed her first feature, DAYS IN STRANGE PLACES (2016), an experimental essay film.
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