Director Crystal Kwok scheduled to attend.
Wednesday, May 24 at 8:00pm | “What did it mean to grow up Chinese in a Black and white space?” Director Crystal Kwok unpacks her family’s history as grocery store owners in a predominantly Black community in Augusta, Georgia during the Jim Crow era, exploring how two seemingly different communities share a connective history that illuminates the roots of racism in America. BLURRING THE COLOR LINES weaves personal narratives with community histories to disrupt racial narratives and bridge divides. Director Crystal Kwok scheduled to attend.
Asian American Showcase: Presented as an annual collaboration with the Foundation for Asian American Independent Media and now celebrating its 26th year, the Asian American Showcase provides a platform for new work by established and emerging Asian American filmmakers. View full festival.