Queen's Film and Media

Film and Media Studies
Film and Media Studies
Helen Lee

Helen Lee

Adjunct Lecturer
Film and Media
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Helen’s narrative and experimental films explore intersectionalities of place, identity and sexuality. They address diasporic gendered subjectivities in cinema, encompassing feminist and transnational perspectives. Films include: PARIS TO PYONGYANG (2021), INTO SUCH ASSEMBLY (2019), HERS AT LAST (2008), THE ART OF WOO (2001, feature film), SUBROSA (2000), PREY (1995), MY NIAGARA (1992), SALLY’S BEAUTY SPOT (1990). Her work is distributed by Women Make Movies (US), Arsenal (Germany), Indiestory (Korea), CFMDC and CFC Features (Canada).

Helen is a former Lecturer and Visiting Professor at Korea National University of Arts (KNUA), Yonsei University's Underwood International College and Ontario College of Art (OCADU). She has published articles in film journals and magazines such as Cineaste, CineAction!, L’Avant-Scène Cinéma and Signs: Journal of Women, Culture and Society, and is co-editor of the monograph, “Like Mangoes in July: The Work of Richard Fung,” with novelist Kerri Sakamoto.

Helen is a graduate of University of Toronto (BA), New York University (MA), Whitney Independent Study Program in Critical and Curatorial Studies, Canadian Film Centre’s Director Resident Program, and York University (MFA, 2021). She is a member of the Directors Guild of Canada and Writers Guild of Canada.