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FILM FOR THOUGHT: IN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID SIEV | BAD AXE

Join us for a special FREE extended virtual discussion with David Siev director of BAD AXE. This conversation is presented as part of the Film For Thought program in partnership with the Hawaii Council for the Humanities.

After graduating from the University of Michigan, David left his small Midwest town of Bad Axe, MI for Los Angeles. He landed a home at Jeff Tremaine’s production company, Gorilla Flicks, where he spent several years finessing the art of guerrilla filmmaking. As a jack of all trades filmmaker, David holds producing, camera, and consulting credits on everything from hidden-camera blockbuster comedies like BAD TRIP (Netflix) to rock and roll biopics such as THE DIRT (Netflix). David first made waves in the Asian American festival circuit with the debut of his award-winning short film, YEAR ZERO. The film would go on to win Best Narrative Short awards from the DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival, Vancouver Asian Film Festival, Manhattan International Film Festival, and several others. David currently lives in New York where he is now focused on writing and directing his own projects.


The conversation will be moderated by University of Hawai‘i professor Kim Compoc. Kim Compoc is an assistant professor of history at the University of Hawaiʻi, West O‘ahu. She is affiliated with the Honolulu-based organization Women’s Voices, Women Speak and the International Women’s Network Against Militarism.

THOUGHTS / BAD AXE: A Companion essay by scholar Kim Compoc

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DIRECTOR(S)David Siev

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RUN TIME: 45 Minutes

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