Book your screening of “Vincent Who?” today. Writer/producer Curtis Chin will lead a post-film Q/A that includes topics like social justice, hate crimes, student leadership, coalition building, political empowerment, as well as media images of Asian Americans. (Mr. Chin is also available to lead discussions on marriage equality.)
We have screened at over 300 colleges, libraries, law firms, corporations, federal agencies, community groups, high schools/prep schools in over 41 states and 4 countries. Please email us at curtis at apaforprogress dot org for details and rates. (Additional details below, including program description.)
Fall 2013 appearances by writer/producer Curtis Chin (list in formation)
Thursday, May 15, 6:00 pm – Boston Public Library
BRING THE WRITER/PRODUCER TO YOU
Writer/producer Curtis Chin has toured to over 350 colleges, libraries, community centers, corporations, law firms and federal agencies with the film. Each program includes a screening of the 40-minute documentary, followed by some brief remarks about the genesis of film and the reception it has received around the country. Chin then opens up the floor for questions. Depending on the audience, topics include: Vincent Chin, social justice, hate crimes, student leadership, coalition building, political empowerment, as well as media images of Asian Americans. The q&a usually lasts about 45 minutes, but Chin is happy to stay as long as there are questions.
Additionally, while on campus, Chin will sometimes lead a second workshops on marriage equality and/or the image of minorities in Hollywood. He is also available to have a meal with the student leaders for more private discussions.
Please email us at curtis at apaforprogress dot org for details and rates.