Photo: Joe Mazza | Brave Lux

Photo: Joe Mazza | Brave Lux

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Eugene is a filmmaker and producer working in narrative and experimental forms. His films have screened at festivals, micro-cinemas, galleries, and alternative screening venues around the world, including SXSW, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Athens International Film + Video Festival, Athens Digital Arts Festival (Athens, Greece), Antimatter (Victoria, Canada), DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival, Korea Expat Film Festival (Seoul, South Korea), Jornadas de Reapropiación (Mexico City, Mexico), backup_festival (Weimar, Germany), Anthology Film Archives, Portland Art Museum, and on Time Warner Cable. Eugene’s feature-length script, Michael’s Story, was the winner of the Screenplay Competition at the 37th Asian American International Film Festival.

Eugene is also the founder of Full Spectrum Features, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to diversity in film and media. Current projects include Chicagoland Shorts, an annual touring program and anthology of short films that showcases the work of women, LGBTQ, and minority filmmakers; Signature Move, a feature film produced with Newcity's Chicago Film Project and the support of a 2016 All Access Fellowship from the Tribeca Film Institute; and The Orange Story, a cinematic digital history project funded in part by a $160,000 grant from the National Park Service.