In All in My Family, documentary filmmaker Wu Hao (People’s Republic of Desire, 2018) turns his camera inward. After starting a family with his husband in the United States, Wu documents his Chinese family’s journey to acceptance. What will they say when he brings home his husband and their two kids for the first time? Following the screening, Wu will discuss LGBTQ+ life in China today.
WU Hao is a technology executive-turned-filmmaker who takes a raw and human approach to story-telling in an era when culture evolves online. Wu previously held management roles at Alibaba, TripAdvisor and [email protected] He is now a fellow at Washington D.C.-based think tank, New America. His documentary films have received support from Ford Foundation JustFilms, ITVS, Sundance, Tribeca and international broadcasters. He is the Director, Producer, Cinematographer, and Editor of People’s Republic of Desire (2018) and All in My Family (2019).
Isaac Stone Fish is a journalist, a Washington Post Global Opinions contributing columnist, a senior fellow at the Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations; a CBSN contributor, and a visiting fellow at the German Marshall Fund. Previously he served as Foreign Policy‘s Asia Editor. A fluent Mandarin speaker and formerly a Beijing correspondent for Newsweek, Stone Fish spent seven years living in China. He is writing a book about Beijing’s influence on America.
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