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Anna Sang Park is a director, writer and producer from Seoul, South Korea. At age 8, she immigrated to Philadelphia. Anna’s work explores the themes of migration, Korean diaspora, immigrant identities and intergenerational family conflicts. She is the writer and director of an award-winning narrative short film trilogy, The Cho Stories (7 Palms Ent.), Hilda’s Ambiguous Loss and A Letter to Appa. The Cho Stories won the Audience Award at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival, won nominated for Best Drama Short at the NewFilmmakers LA. Anna directed consecutive seasons of the successful series, Say Yes to the Dress (TLC) as well as the web documentary series Legacy Leaders of Color Video for Theatre Communications Group. She produced two independent narrative feature films, WALLABOUT (Amazon) and STOCKADE (Woodstock FF) under her NYC-based production company, Veronique Films. Anna speaks Korean fluently and teaches film & screenwriting at Hunter College. She received her MFA in Directing from Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, Brooklyn College and a BFA from Emerson College.
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