Elizabeth Ai

Elizabeth Ai produces fiction and documentary media content. Dirty Hands: The Art and Crimes of David Choe, a feature documentary she produced profiled the titled graffiti artist premiered at the Munich and Los Angeles Film Festivals and won awards at numerous film festivals. The film is part of the MoMA film archives. Saigon Electric, a Vietnamese-language feature film she produced on breakdancing street teens, was shot on location in Ho Chi Minh City. Among other awards, it won two of Vietnam’s Oscar-equivalent awards, the Golden Kites, for Best Picture and Best Actress. She completed production based on the play Yellow Face, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and Obie Award winner for drama by Tony Award winning playwright David Henry Hwang. Elizabeth won a 2012 News & Docs Emmy Award with Evolve IMG for their “New Generation Explorers” promotional campaign for the National Geographic Channel. She produces commercial content for a number of production companies and has been a fellow at Berlin Talent Campus, Film Independent Producers Lab, NALIP Producers Academy, and at the CPB/PBS Producers Academy. She geocaches in the backcountry, resides in Los Angeles, and received her B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Southern California.
Project : Marked For Life