“Lost Years” documentary is screened in Canada, includes local Seattle leaders

http://nwasianweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/31_06/names_lostyears.jpg“Lost Years: A People’s Struggle for Justice” is a documentary about the Chinese diaspora directed by Tom Radford and Kenda Gee. Gee is Chinese Canadian, and the film traces his grandfather’s journey from China to Edmonton, Canada. Also included in the film are views from Chinese Americans, Chinese New Zealanders, and Chinese Australians.

Part of the documentary was filmed in Seattle and included the familiar faces of Bettie Luke, Donnie Chin, and Alan Lau.

The film was screened in the Vancouver, B.C., area on Jan. 24, Jan. 25, Jan. 26, and Jan. 28. (end)

(More info: www.lostyears.ca).

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One Response to ““Lost Years” documentary is screened in Canada, includes local Seattle leaders”

  1. Lost Years says:

    Lost Years adds Best Feature Documentary Award at 16th Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) to its list of international nominations and awards.




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