Kimberlee Bassford

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Kimberlee Bassford is an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose work champions stories of women and girls and explores cultural identity and mental health. She is the director of Cheerleader (2003), Patsy Mink: Ahead of the Majority (2008), Winning Girl (2014), and Scaling Up: Hawai‘i’s Food Future (2022). She is a graduate of Punahou, Harvard, and UC Berkeley, and a member of Asian American Documentary Network, Brown Girls Doc Mafia, Documentary Producers Alliance, and Film Fatales. 

Film Screening

Scaling Up: Hawai‘i’s Food Future

Thursday, September 8, 2022, 6:30 PM

Richardson School of Law, Classroom 1
2515 Dole St
UH Mānoa Campus

Featuring remarks by Murray Clay, Ulupono Initiative; Kā’eo Duarte, Kamehameha Schools; Jay Fidell, ThinkTech Hawai‘i; Haley Miyaoka, Ahiki Acres; Janel Yamamoto, GoFarm Hawai‘i. Introductions by Ania Wieczorek, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.

Sponsors: College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources, Making Waves Films, Scholars Strategy Network, ThinkTech Hawaii, UHM School of Communications & Information, Ulupono Initiative

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