Oct 27 | 7:00 pm
Bright Lights:Free Chol Soo Lee
Directed by Julie Ha and Eugene Yi
Co-presented as part of the Boston Asian American Film Festival with the Roxbury International Film Festival
In 1970s San Francisco, 20-year-old Korean immigrant Chol Soo Lee is racially profiled and convicted of a Chinatown gang murder. After spending years fighting to survive, investigative journalist K.W. Lee takes a special interest in his case, igniting an unprecedented social justice movement. Panel discussion on the role and benefits of community based journalists following the screening.
Emerson Paramount Center
Bright Family Screening Room
559 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111
Oct 27, 2022 | 7:00 pm
Post Film Q&A
Panel discussion on the role and benefits of community based journalists following the screening.
Proof of vaccination or a negative test is required for entry
In English and Korean with English subtitles
Thursday, Oct 27, 2022
About Bright Lights
The Bright Lights Cinema Series is presented by the Department of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College. The mission of the series is to create community through cinema and welcomes both Emerson faculty, students, and staff as well as the general public.