Jin Yoo-Kim is a Korean Bolivian American filmmaker who produced "Manzanar, Diverted: When Water Becomes Dust," a feature documentary exploring California water issues through the eyes of Native American, Japanese American WWII incarcerees, and environmentalists. She is the impact producer for "Try Harder!" which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2021. She co-produced "An Woman's Work: The NFL's Cheerleader Problem," and "K-Town '92." Jin served as the digital engagement impact producer for "Waking Dream," and was the LA theatrical impact producer for "Blowin' Up." She directed a short film as part of the A-Doc #AsianAmCovidStories called "Spamfight!" and is in development for a food docuseries and co-writing a feature comedy. She is a 2020-2021 Sundance Creative Producers Fellow, a 2020 Film Independent X CNN Original Series Docuseries Intensive Fellow, a 2020 Film Independent Doc Lab fellow, and was a 2017 Firelight Media Impact Producing Fellow. She received her MFA in Film & TV Production from USC and a BA in Psychology and Cinema & Media Studies from Wellesley College.
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