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Vicky Du

Vicky Du is a Taiwanese-American filmmaker based in New York. Her short film GAYSIANS (Frameline, ’16) screened at 35+ film festivals around the world, had a public television broadcast on KQED, and was distributed to 1000+ middle and high school LGBTQ student groups. Vicky also directed the Beijing hour-long broadcast episode for the PBS series ART IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY, and she was the Associate Producer of FREE SOLO (Oscar Winner, ’19). Vicky has directed, produced and edited digital and broadcast short documentaries for National Geographic, The New York Times, The History Channel, and The New Yorker. She is a worker-owner of Meerkat Media, and she has a BA in Biological Anthropology from Columbia University. Vicky is currently working on her first feature-length documentary on intergenerational trauma in the Chinese diaspora with support from ITVS,  Center for Asian American Media, Sundance Institute, BAVC and Points North Institute. 
Projects:
Light of the Setting Sun (Director / Producer)
Art21 – Beijing (Director / Producer)
Gaysians (Director / Producer / Cinematographer / Editor)