As a producer, Di has worked on HBO music specials, theater productions, PSAs and charity galas. Di was the creator and star of the PBS televised pilot My Life... Disoriented which was the
first Asian American dramedy to air on television. She directed Loose Knit by Theresa Rebeck at the Michael Woolson Theatre in Los Angeles, and last year Di made her Film Directorial debut with Agu, an award winning short film that premiered at the Asian American International Film Festival in New York City. She is currently producing her feature film, Classics Undone.
In a small town, the owner of a very special bookstore invites patrons to the re-opening show at the theatre — a story everyone knows. We follow some of the patrons and their personal struggles. Key moments of their lives are revealed. As the story continues, we realize our heroes' lives are mirroring those of the characters on the stage as well as other iconic plays.
Looking at the situation without the fear I have as a parent but with the hope for change, from my child’s eye. Agu, in 4 minutes tells the story of a child survivor from a school shooting. With a careful creative hand and a clear message, this film was written, shot, edited and completed .... all in 48 hours.
Life gets turned upside down for Kimberlee and Aimee Fung when their father decides to leave his well-paying corporate executive job in San Francisco and move the family to Bakersfield to live with their grandparents and help out with the family business, a massage parlor called "Touch of the Orient." The first Asian American Dramedy Television Pilot to Air (PBS).
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