Kathy Huang is a former high school teacher turned documentary filmmaker. Her feature-length directing debut, TALES OF THE WARIA, was co-produced with ITVS and follows a community of transgender women in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country, as they search for romance and intimacy. The film received multiple Audience Choice Awards, and was broadcast nationally on PBS in 2012. She is currently hard at work on GUANGZHOU LOVE STORY, an immersive multi-year portrait of an African-Chinese family navigating life in mainland China. The film has received support from ITVS, the Center for Asian American Media, Chicken & Egg Pictures, and Firelight Media.
Kathy earned a Bachelor’s in History from Harvard University and a Master’s in Documentary Film Production from Stanford University. When not filming her own work, she enjoys lending her producing and cinematography skills to other projects. She’s currently based in Los Angeles, where she can be found sampling local treats and playing a mean game of Words with Friends (@chowchow42).
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