Puck Lo is interested in social movements, diaspora, intersections of race, gender, class — and all things hidden in plain sight. She worked as a producer for two nationally-syndicated radio shows and graduated with a Master's degree in Journalism from UC Berkeley. Puck's films explore liberatory and carceral spaces, political memory and embodiment, and the relationship of people to place(s).
The Breitrose Awards by The Enersen Foundation, 2017
In an Arizona desert, a dystopic collective nightmare unfolds where U.S. domestic and foreign policies collide.
Video Duration: 8:03 min.
A day in the life of four electronic monitoring devices.
SF DocFest, 2017
San Diego Asian Film Festival, 2017
In Salinas, California, former and current farm workers grapple with the legacy of decades of activism.
Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, 2017
16mm black and white film
Video Duration: 3:40 min.
A Korean-American farmer collects and harvests rare Korean heirloom seeds in California.
Alice Fest, 2017