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Puck Lo makes films, researches and writes about the prison-industrial complex, migration, economics, labor and gender. She holds a Master's degree from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism and an MFA in Documentary Film from Stanford University.
Puck has written for The Nation, Al Jazeera America and other journalistic outlets. She produced radio for two nationally syndicated shows. Her films have screened at DOC NYC, the New Orleans Film Festival, Dublin Doc Fest, San Francisco DocFest, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, San Diego Asian Film Festival and ALICE FEST. Her work explores utopian social movements, diaspora, carceral and liberatory spaces, political memory and embodiment.