The Curse of Quon Gwon
|The Curse of Quon Gwon: When the Far East Mingles with the West|
|Directed by||Marion E. Wong|
It was restored in 2006 by the Academy Film Archive from the two reels preserved by filmmaker Arthur Dong. As of 2007, it is the earliest known Chinese American feature film. It is also one of the earliest films directed by a woman, Marion E. Wong. In 1968, Violet Wong, told her grandson Gregory Mark, "There's an old film in the basement, you do something with it." Mark turned it into 16mm, and a year later, Violet showed the film to her family at Christmas. Parts of the film are still missing.
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