More accolades are coming Patricia Shih’s* way! Congratualations!!! The latest update on Patricia Shih’s documentary titled “Undocumented” as of January 3, 2019: “Undocumented” just won another award, Best Picture from the Add a Movie Film Festival in NYC in December. This makes its 10th award and honor from 9 festivals.
Art League Instructor Patricia Shih’s* full-length feature documentary, “Undocumented” has completed the film festival circuit, winning numerous awards and honors. It is now available for screenings in art houses, colleges, houses of worship, social justice/immigrant rights organizations and many more venues.
Almost all previous public and festival screenings have played to packed houses and some resulted in standing ovations across the country. Here are some reviews:
Viewer – ‘Possibly the most important film at the present time.’
LI Press – “Truly inspiring. Not to be missed.”
Huffington Post – “Inspiring documentary by first-time filmmaker Patricia Shih.”
Judges’ reviews from Dances with Films -“Very inspirational, important and timely story, certainly one that is very relevant to today’s world and political climate.”
Moises Esparza, Programming Manager, San Diego Latino Film Festival –
“Thank you most of all for such a powerful, moving, and unforgettable documentary!”
Patricia’s documentary titled “Undocumented” won 2nd Prize for Best Documentary Feature in the Queens World Film Festival in Astoria. The film was up for this honor plus Patricia herself was nominated for Best Director Documentary Feature. In addition her film was chosen by the NY Women in Film and Television to sponsor, garnering her an interview with NY 1 and an article in The Huffington Post.