DigAll Media 501(c)3

practices inclusion

across race, age,

and identity. 

DigAll Media 501(c)3, non-profit organization creates media, which deepen public understanding of issues that affect our lives, expand cultural, environmental and global awareness, educate a diverse population, empower the disenfranchised, and initiate personal and social change.

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MEET DIGALL MEDIA'S COLLABORATIVE TEAM OF

WOMEN FILMMAKERS AND ADVISOR

ERICA JORDAN

director

Inspired by the movement of images, Erica makes films that look into the shadows, find the light and reveal themes of liberation, courage and compassion. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Erica's award-wining films range from intimate character-driven dramas to documentaries about globally significant conflicts.

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DIANNE GRIFFIN

director

Dianne Griffin based in San Francisco, has traveled the globe for over 25 years directing and producing award winning documentaries. She draws inspiration for her work from the people around her, creating intimate connections and telling stories of dignity, suffering and compassion, which move us to act.

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NHUNG PHAM

advisor

Nhung began advising DigAll Media while working on Painted Nails. Pham generously shared her skills as coordinator, cultural guide, interpreter and Vietnamese to English subtitle transcriber, making it possible to bring the story of Painted Nails to a wide and diverse audience. She continues to work with DigAll Media as an advisor on current projects.

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DigAll Media's recent documentary “Painted Nails” aired nationally on PBS and has screened at film festivals around the world. "Painted Nails" is currently being distributed by Kanopy. To learn more, please visit www.PaintedNailsMovie.com

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"Painted Nails defies simplistic portrayals of immigrants and refugees as successful entrepreneurs, but provides a nuanced and compelling story of one woman's journey striving for economic self-sufficiency and advocating for safer working conditions in the fast-growing nail salon industry. It is a powerful documentary that will lead to generative and critical dialogues about consumer culture, protection of workers, and public policy in Women & Gender Studies, Labor Studies, and Asian American Studies courses."

- Linda Trinh Vo, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Asian American Studies, University of Irvine, CA

Commendation Painted Nails Production Team

For depicting the contributions of Asian Americans in San Jose and raising awareness on issues that affect the community daily.

       City of San Jose, California

 

Courageous Womyn Award

       Disorient Film Festival 2016

 
 

Thank you for helping create a world of hope, awareness and understanding.

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