ALICE WU has a BS amd a PhD in Computer Science from Stanford University.
She left a job at Microsoft in Seattle to pursue filmmaking and directed her first feature film Saving Face (2004), one of the few films with a full Chinese-American cast bank rolled by Hollywood after winning the Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment award, was based on a novel she wrote about her experiences coming out to her family.
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Where to watch her films:
AMAZON (DVDs/BluRays for PURCHASE)
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New York Magazine
Kissing Vivian Shing – New York Times
FILMOGRAPHY (from imdb):
2004 Saving Face