Robin Lung

Robin Lung is a 4th generation Chinese American with deep roots in Hawai‘i. She specializes in bringing untold minority and women’s stories to film. Lung made her directorial debut with WASHINGTON PLACE: HAWAI‘I’S FIRST HOME, a 30-minute documentary for PBS Hawai‘i about Hawai‘i’s historic governor’s mansion and home of Queen Lili‘uokalani (aired December 2008). She was the associate producer for the national PBS documentary PATSY MINK: AHEAD OF THE MAJORITY (aired October 2008), Hawai‘i unit producer for acclaimed film VIVAN LAS ANTIPODAS!, unit producer for NOVA’s KILLER TYPHOON, and producer/director of the feature documentary FINDING KUKAN, which has won awards at Hawaii International Film Festival 2016, CAAMFest 2017, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2017, and the UMass Boston Film Series and was broadcast on PBS World’s America ReFramed.