Big Fight in Little Chinatown (Cinematographer)
Documentary Feature | Runtime 88’ | 2022

All across the globe, Chinatowns are under threat of disappearing – and along with them, the rich history of communities who fought from the margins for a place to belong. Big Fight in Little Chinatown is a story of community resistance and resilience. Set against the backdrop of the COVID pandemic and an unprecedented rise in anti-Asian racism, the documentary takes us into the lives of residents, businesses and community organizers whose neighborhoods are facing active erasure.

Big Fight in Little Chinatown documents the collective fight to save Chinatowns across North America.

Production Company: Eyesteelfilm
Director: Karen Cho
Executive Producer: Mila Aung-Thwin, Daniel Cross
Producer: Bob Moore
Cinematographers: Nathaniel Brown, Joshua Frank
Editor: Ryan Mullins

DOC NYC 2022 Premiere 
Reel Asian 2022 : Honorable Mention, Best Canadian Feature
RIDM 2022  Winner, People’s Choice Award, Winner Women Inmate Jury Award (Dir. Karen Cho)
Big Sky Doumentary Film Festival 2022