The Modica Way
Director / Producer
Olivia Huang is a director and producer with a background in fine arts, graphic designer and a master degree in digital media. Her documentary Grolier Poetry Book Shop was in competition at many festivals, including Massachusetts Independent Film Festival, North Beach Film Festival, World Premiere Film Awards, AltFF Alternative Film Festival.
Creative filmmaker with a solid 15 years experience making full length documentary films, short documentary and narrative films, and writing screenplays and novels. Strong passion for creating films with a unique voice that allow the subjects to tell their story which creates an emotional connection with the audience. Knowledge of the latest camera, audio, video equipment, editing and writing software. He received a Remi Award from the Worldfest Houston Film Festival. One of his films aired on PBS in San Diego. He attended the 2015 AFM conference in Los Angeles.
"When The WITCHES Came To Town"
"Return to Dwight and Nile"
She has edited numerous documentaries and features including Grolier Poetry Book Shop was in competition at many festivals, including Massachusetts Independent Film Festival, North Beach Film Festival, World Premiere Film Awards, AltFF Alternative Film Festival.
She received her B.A. from Communication University of China and her Master degree of Digital Media from Northeastern University. Currently, she works as a TV Conductor at Sinovision in New York.
Renowned filmmaker Weiying (Olivia) Huang has received a grant for a documentary film in 2019. As part of the grant program of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, this funding was awarded the ough the Cambridge Arts Council. Huang is a director and producer with a background in fine arts and graphic design.
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