A Lot Like You

A Film by Eliaichi Kimaro

Tag Archives: Diaspora

Documenting the Diaspora Series

March 7, 2015

Bojagi – Unwrapping Korean American Identities

November 16, 2014

While in Chicago, I missed the opening night of the Bojagi: Unwrapping Korean American Identities exhibition at Wing Luke Museum (November 14, 2014 – June 21, 2015). I had the pleasure of serving on the planning committee for this exhibit that “brings together diverse perspectives to explore and challenge what […]

ALLY at Smith College, 6/13/2014

June 10, 2014

I’ve been hoping to screen our film at Smith College for quite some time.  Having heard about their graduate social work program from dear friends who are now alums, I knew our film would be uniquely well-suited to help them deepen into the meaty conversations they’re already having.   So […]

Join the ALLY Conversation!!

February 17, 2014

If you just found us following the PBS broadcast of A Lot Like You on AfroPop ~ Welcome!!   Over the past 3 years, we have been hearing from viewers around the world about the amazing conversations inspired by our film that continue long after our movie ends.  So we created the ALLY Project to make a […]

Black History Month is upon us…

January 30, 2014

So throughout the month of February, AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange will be airing episodes of A Lot Like You on the World Channel.  Be sure to check your local PBS listings!!   Many thanks to  Sean Jacobs for this kind mention of “A Lot Like You (a beautiful piece of introspective filmmaking; definitely […]

ALLY will launch Berlin film series….

February 14, 2013

 We’re so honored that A Lot Like You is kicking off this film series,Her Stories.  Filmmakers With African Roots. Feb, 21, 20137pm Post-screening discussion (via Skype) with filmmaker Eliaichi Kimaro Hosted by the Frauenkreise Projekt and Bildungswerk Berlin der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung. And because I can’t get over the thrill of reading about our […]

Film Review | A Lot Like You

January 31, 2013

By Caroline Teng (Original article posted at Schema Magazine) A Lot Like You follows the journey of filmmaker Eliaichi Kimaro to the Chagga tribe in Mount Kilimanjaro to explore her paternal roots. Kimaro is an American-born Korean-Tanzanian domestic violence counselor, who despite her rich heritage considers herself very much American. Growing […]

Join the Conversation!

January 22, 2013

We want to hear from you!  What stories, ideas, feelings did our story evoke?  What did you leave our film talking about? 1) Click on image below to download:  2) Jot down your thoughts.   3) Take a photo and email it to info(at)alotlikeyoumovie.com.   [See what others are saying […]

One week to go!

January 15, 2013

With just one week to go before A LOT LIKE YOU’s broadcast premiere, it’s getting pretty busy over here!!   We’re excited to be kicking off the fifth season of AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange.  With its focus on contemporary life, art, and pop culture across the African Diaspora, this documentary series is […]

ALLY at Seattle Asian American Film Festival

January 4, 2013

[UPDATE as of 01/18/2013:  We’re happy/sad to announce that this screening is now SOLD OUT.] We’re so excited to be the opening night feature at this year’s Seattle Asian American Film Festival!!  Please join us for our screening of A LOT LIKE YOU on Jan 25 at 7pm.  Discussion panel to follow, […]

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