Eunice Lau
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As a descendant of immigrants displaced by conflict, Eunice Lau is drawn to stories about the journey of the immigrant and the profundity of hyphenated identities. It’s this inheritance that makes her cognizant of injustice, and her storytelling personal. Her documentary Accept the Call aired on PBS Independent Lens, after screening at acclaimed festivals such as Human Rights Watch and Woodstock. Her work is supported by Tribeca Film Institute, ITVS, and Chicken & Egg Pictures. She has been featured in publications including The New York Times, Variety, and Filmmaker Magazine. She received an MFA in Film Directing from New York University and a bachelor's in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from University of York.