Meet Your Sundance Institute Asian American Fellow

Monday, April 11, 2016

The Asian American Fellowship recently selected Eliza Lee as its third annual Fellow. With support from the A3 Foundation, the Fellowship aims to further the presence of Asian American voices in independent film by supporting a writer or writer/director on the development of their feature screenplay. Lee, whose most recent credit includes the screenplay for A Beautiful Lie about crime novelist Patricia Highsmith, recently attended the Sundance Institute Screenwriters Intensive and spoke with us about her creative origins, inspiration culled from the Hong Kong New Wave, and how she hopes to balance the scales when it comes to women on screen.

Read more here where you can also apply online for 2017!