Kit Hung (he/they), Yale-China Art Fellow 2023 at Yale University, USA, is an award-winning filmmaker and academic, currently holding a lecturer position at the University of Westminster in London. They are pursuing a PhD at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and hold an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Kit’s career spans continents and diverse roles, including lecturing in Hong Kong, London, Berlin, and Beijing, and co-directing film production companies. Their feature films “STOMA” and “SOUNDLESS WIND CHIME” have received international acclaim, featuring in prestigious festivals such as Berlinale (DE), Golden Horse (TW), and Frameline (US). Kit’s short films have also garnered recognition at renowned festivals like Rotterdam International (NL), Mill Valley (US), Clermont-Ferrand International (FR), and Transmediale (DE). Their films and research explore the intersectionality of queer identities, race, intimacy, and kinship, enhancing the fields of film studies and queer cinema. Kit’s varied roles, including academic contributions and jury duties in film festivals, reflect their commitment to the enrichment of cinematic and educational landscapes.
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