Grace Zhang is a filmmaker based in Brooklyn NY.

By interweaving slice-of-life scenes with dream sequences, memories, and the digital realm, their work takes an experimental approach to depicting the ebbs and flows of queer existence as taking place in multiple realities.

Their short films DOG STORY and SNAKESKIN have screened internationally, including at the San Diego Asian Film Festival, DisOrient Asian American Film Festival, NOWNESS China, and CINEMQ Shanghai.

Most of their work revolves around and wouldn’t exist without the help of their QTPOC family around the world. Grace received a BFA in Film/Video from Pratt Institute and believes in filmmaking as a way to break binaries and imagine more equitable futures for queer and trans people of color.

They co-founded the production company Ozu Was Right.

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Photo by Adonis Fuentes