A brilliant young Chinese American engineer meets a brilliant older Anglo American pharmaceutical researcher in Taiwan. They inspire each other. Become lovers. Then one dies.

Featured guests/speakers:

Casper Wong, producer of (and character in) the film The LuLu Sessions, which has been showing to acclaim in Asian, Women’s, and Queer film festivals; the late LuLu Nutter, as heard in the film.

Credits:

Interview and production by Diane Bailey. Music clips from the film The LuLu Sessions: Kiss Her Goodnight performed by Stacey Earle, written by Stacey Earle, Courtesy of Gearle Records by arrangement with Bluewater Music Services Corp. “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go” performed by Shawn Colvin, written by Bob Dylan, courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangement with Sony Music “Licensing For a Dancer,” performed by Linda Ronstadt (with Emmylou Harris), written by Jackson Browne, courtesy of Elektra Entertainment by arrangement with Warner Music Group Film and TV Licensing.

ON WINGS | December 7, 2013 | 2:30 pm

The LuLu Sessions: A Film About Women Who Love Each Other ’til the End

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A brilliant young Chinese American engineer meets a brilliant older Anglo American pharmaceutical researcher in Taiwan. They inspire each other. Become lovers. Then one dies.

Featured guests/speakers:

Casper Wong, producer of (and character in) the film The LuLu Sessions, which has been showing to acclaim in Asian, Women’s, and Queer film festivals; the late LuLu Nutter, as heard in the film.

Credits:

Interview and production by Diane Bailey. Music clips from the film The LuLu Sessions: Kiss Her Goodnight performed by Stacey Earle, written by Stacey Earle, Courtesy of Gearle Records by arrangement with Bluewater Music Services Corp. “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go” performed by Shawn Colvin, written by Bob Dylan, courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangement with Sony Music “Licensing For a Dancer,” performed by Linda Ronstadt (with Emmylou Harris), written by Jackson Browne, courtesy of Elektra Entertainment by arrangement with Warner Music Group Film and TV Licensing.

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