James T. Hong

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James T. Hong (Chinese: 洪子健) is an Asian American filmmaker and artist whose works tend to focus on philosophical topics and figures, controversial race and class issues, and historical conflicts in Asia.

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His films and videos include Behold the Asian: How One Becomes What One Is, Condor: A Film from California, The Form of the Good, Taipei 101: A Travelogue of Symptoms, The Spear of Destiny, Suprematist Kapital, and The Denazification of MH about Martin Heidegger, which is analyzed in the journal Film-Philosophy.[1]

Hong produced the award-winning documentary 731: Two Versions of Hell about Japan's Unit 731 in 2007,[2] which was followed by Lessons of the Blood in 2010.[3]

His 2012 film The Turner Film Diaries is based on the infamous, racist American novel, The Turner Diaries .[4]

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