Films & Other Videos
Films with: Lee, Grace
- American revolutionary the evolution of Grace Lee Boggs /
- "What does it mean to be an American revolutionary today? Grace Lee Boggs is a 98-year-old Chinese American writer, activist, and philosopher in Detroit. Rooted for more than 70 years in the African American movement, she has devoted her life to an evolving revolution that encompasses the contradictions of America's past and its potentially radical future. [This documentary presents] Boggs's lifetime of vital thinking and action, traversing the major U.S. social movements of the last century; from labor to civil rights, to Black Power, feminism, the Asian American and environmental justice movements and beyond."--Container.
- DVD 9961
- American zombie
- Story of two Los Angeles filmmakers who set out to document a group of high functioning zombies and their struggles to gain acceptance in human society.
- DVD 6259
- Grace Lee project
- Pursuing the moving target of Asian-American female identity, filmmaker Grace Lee, in a clever, highly unscientific investigation visits with Asian American women named "Grace Lee," from a fiery social activist to a rebel who tried to burn down her high school. With wit and charm, the film puts a hilarious spin on the eternal question "What's in a name?"
- DVD 4945
- Off the menu.
- "What exactly does food reflect about Asian Pacific Americans? Off the Menu: Asian America grapples with how family, tradition, faith, and geography shape our relationship to food. The program takes audiences on a journey from Texas to New York and from Wisconsin to Hawaii using an obsession with food to delve into a wealth of stories, traditions, and unexpected characters that help nourish this nation of immigrants."--Container.
- DVD 13176