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S. Casper Wong on Her Filmmaking Journey: Global Peace Film Festival

NYWIFT Board Member S. Casper Wong is an award-winning New York-based filmmaker, technology lawyer, social entrepreneur, activist, and Founder of OO Media. She is also the founding chair of Asian American Women Media Makers and is on the board of directors at NYWIFT, leading the innovation initiative.

She recently spoke to Global Peace Film Festival about her 20-year journey in filmmaking.

Watch the interview here: 

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“My one wild and precious ride – my journey in filmmaking has been filled with highs and lows and life-changing moments of discovery. Thank you Global Peace Film Festival, Kelly DeVine, and Nina Streich, for giving me this wonderful opportunity to revisit the forks in the road and to reflect on my work and my chosen métier. I’m still all in!” Wong said. 

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