Jennifer Huang


Jennifer Huang

Documentary filmmaker in San Francisco for 15 years. At Lucasfilm, wrote and produced Harlem’s Hellfighters: Black Soldiers of World War I, and contributed to nine other documentary films, with topics ranging from Gertrude Bell to Dracula, from Tin Pan Alley to the Congo. Worked as a writer, field producer and associate producer on productions for PBS, Travel Channel, HGTV, TNT and AZN TV, and co-founded Hyphen, an Asian American news and culture magazine. Holds a B.A. in Social Welfare and Ethnography through Cinema from U.C. Berkeley

Job Title: 
Writer and Co-Producer



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