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Director Wayne Wang to be Honored at 2018 San Francisco International Film Festival

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Heralded as a pioneer in Asian-American film making, Wayne Wang is being honored at this year’s San Francisco International Film Festival for his life’s work. Known for movies like “The Joy Luck Club,” “Smoke” and “Chan is Missing,” Wang’s career has spanned decades and covered a range of topics, with a particular emphasis on the Chinese immigrant experience and family relationships. We’ll speak with Wang about his films, how being a first-generation American has informed his art and what he plans to work on next.

Wayne Wang, filmmaker; director, “Joy Luck Club,” “Chan is Missing” and “Smoke”; honoree, 2018 San Francisco International Film Festival


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