Lee Isaac Chung was about ready to give up on his career when he created a story based on some of his own childhood memories of growing up in Arkansas. This story would turn out to be the Oscar-nominated Minari. In this insightful interview, Chung discusses his process with Academy President Janet Yang.
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The creation of ‘Minari’ with Lee Isaac Chung | Academy x FilmAid: Visiting Artists Seriesdaylightpeople.com