Woo: Interview with Reel.com by Pam Grady http://www.reel.com/reel.asp?node=features/interviews/lee
Lee by Fiona MacDonald, Playback Magazine, June 25, 2001
the establishment, local independent films blossom"
by Sohn Tae-soo, The Korea Herald, Friday, June 14 1996.
Lee, Kino, April 1996
Magazine X, 1996
Popcorn, Korea, 1996.
Roadshow, Seoul, December 1995.
Lee, The Korea Times, September 8, 1995.
Lee, The Korea Times, June 19, 1995.
Lee, The Korea Times, June 13, 1995.
Lee Interview, Screen, 1995
Lee, In Seoul Magazine, 1995
Years of Dreams About Art by Laura U. Marks
"Representing Ourselves: Films and Videos by Asian American/Canadian
Women,” by Marina Heung, Feminism, Multiculturalism and the
"Die Sichtbarmachung des Kolonialen
Diskurses: Das Stereotyp und der Weibliche Korper in Sally’s
Beauty Spot,” Robin Curtis, Frauen und Film, No. 54/55, 1995.
"In Search of Asian American Cinema,” Peter Feng, Cineaste,
Vol. XXI Nos. 1-02, Spring 1995.
Yellow: Asian Identities in Film and Video,”
Fung, The State of Asian America, Karin Aguilar-San Juan, ed. Boston:
South End Press, 1993.
"Culture Clash: Asian American Independents on the Edge,”
Gita Reddy, A Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 2.
James Park, The Korea Times, Toronto,
Canada, Sept. 7+9, 92.
with Helen Lee,” Francesa Duran, LIFT Newsletter,
"Looking for Chan: Mapping Identity
in Asian American Cinema,” Ira Sachs, Off-Hollywood Report,
Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1992.
"Challenging the Asian Illusion,” Richard Fung, FUSE,
"The Hybrid State Films,” Lawrence Chua, NYQ, Nov. 10,
Beauty Spot: Interview,” Anne Jew, Discorder, Vancouver,
”Yellow Peril Reconsidered,”
Paul Wong, Video Guide, Vol. 11, No. 1, Issue 50, Spring 1991.
"Coloring Outside the Lines,” Darrell Moore, Afterimage,
Vol. 19, No. 9, April 1991.
and Dissolution,” Laura U. Marks, Afterimage, Vol.
19, No. 9, April 1991.
Writings by Helen
Acts: Two Meditations on Race and Sexuality, Celine Parreñas
Shimizu & Helen Lee, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and
Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Vol. 30, 2004.
Dozen: Playing 12 Questions with Richard Fung from Like
Mangoes in July: the Work of Richard Fung. Co-edited by Kerri
Sakamoto. Toronto: Insomniac Press/Images Festival, 2002.
Peculiar Sensation: A Personal Genealogy of Korean American Women’s
Cinema,” Dangerous Women: Korean Women and Nationalism,
Elaine Kim and Chungmoo Choi, eds. New York: Routledge, 1997 (also
excerpted in Cineaste, Spring 97, and reprinted in Screening
Asian Americans, edited by Peter X. Feng (New Jersey: Rutgers
University Press, 2002).
Guest Editor, co-edited with Cameron
Bailey, Take One, Special issue on Race and Canadian Cinema, ol. 5,
Helen Lee in conversation with Midi Onodera
“Notes from the Indie Circuit: Sampling Independent Films
at the 1993 Toronto Festival of Festivals,” FUSE, Vol. XVII
No. 2, Winter 93/94.
“Breaking Out: Tama Ba?! Tama Na! Enough is Enough,”
Fireweed, Fall 1993, No. 41.
Book Review, When the Moon Waxes
Red: Representation, Gender and Cultural Politics, by Trinh T. Minh-ha,
Literary Research, No. 19, Spring 1993.
Book Review, Moving the Image: Independent Asian Pacific American
Media Arts, FUSE, Vol. 16.1, Fall 92.
the Audience,” co-written with Michael Zyrd, Independent
Eye, Vol. 12, No. 2, Winter 1991.
“North of the Border: Filmmaking
by Asian Canadians,” Asian CineVue, Dec. 1990.
"Independent Documentary in
India: an interview with Manjira Datta,” Fireweed, Issue 30,
"Canadian Crosscurrents: The Images 1989 Festival, The Independent,
Vol 12, May 1989.
Safe Sexual Imagery: Images 1988, Cinema Canada, July/August 1988.
"The Fantastic Reality of Twins: On
Location, Dead Ringers,” Cinema Canada, April 1988.