Emerging Asian Pacific American Voices: An Evening with Director Ougie Pak

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Emerging Asian Pacific American Voices: An Evening with Director Ougie Pak

  • 2006-2014
  • Directed By: Ougie Pak
  • Rated Not Rated
  • 75 Minutes
  1. Thursday, April 2, 2015 7:00 p.m.
Still image from the film The Boardwalk
This evening will showcase a series of short films, including a preview screening of The Boardwalk (2015), the story of an 8-year old Korean-American boy who goes on a road trip with his father to Atlantic City, New Jersey. Panopticon (2012) and The 100% Perfect Girl (2006) will also be featured. Director Ougie Pak is scheduled to be present. (HD Cam presentation)


Ougie Pak

Ougie Pak
Ougie Pak is a writer and filmmaker whose work has screened in venues including the Tribeca Film Festival, the Busan International Film Festival, the Bilbao International Festival of Documentary and Short Film, and the Student Academy Awards. He has also received awards from the National Board of Review and the Korean Ministry of Culture- Film Council. Ougie previously worked in the office of Antidote Films, where he aided the development and production of several acclaimed independent movies including The Kids Are All Right, Mysterious Skin, and Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired.