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- Justin Bench
- Laurent de Galle
- Andy Fusso
- Kyung Lee
- Melody C. Miller
- Elisabeth P. Montgomery
- Scott Shetler
- Jeremy Snowden
- Justyna Wrucha
Contributing Filmmaker and Videographer for YouTube and FaceBook presentations. View here:
A new movie by Laurent de Gall, entitled "Man Beyond Time: Eugene Tssui," is well underway. He has been filming Dr. Tssui for over ten years, working to create a documentary to tell Eugene's life story and how he came to be the individual he is today. Release date to be determined and the film is in post-production. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8970068/
Andy Fusso is director of the Bioregional Ecology Center in Mount Shasta, CA, and is host to the development of the underground convention center (TELOS) which is currently in its logistical planning phase. Mr. Fusso can be reached at https://mountshastaecology.org/ and email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyung Lee is a documentary filmmaker and film editor, with a passion and talent for telling stories about extraordinary people. Her 2014 directorial debut, “TELOS: The Fantastic World of Eugene Tssui ,” has been shown at film festivals worldwide and is currently being broadcast on PBS stations.
Watch trailer and purchase DVD: http://www.telosmovie.com/
"California's Forgotten Children," by Filmmaker Melody C. Miller, is an award-winning, feature documentary about child sex trafficking. The film recounts true stories of girls and boys who were commercially sexually exploited in California and are now survivors and courageous leaders fighting for the rights of victims worldwide.
She, along with Elisabeth P. Montgomery, created the 2019 film "ruth weiss, the beat goddess," which chronicles one of the last living significant poets of the Beat Generation.
Contributing author of "Fire in the Lake" and wife of Dr. Tssui, Dr. Elisabeth Paulette Montgomery holds a full-time position in China as Senior Advisor of Internalization at the Nanshan District Education Bureau, the first foreigner employed to do so. Elisabeth is a documentary film producer from Illinois, as well. Her film career began in Chicago by producing a series of social advocacy documentaries. She, along with Melody C. Miller, created the 2019 film "ruth weiss, the beat goddess," which chronicles one of the last living significant poets of the Beat Generation.
Read her book on Kindle or Amazon- "Fire in the Lake: Chinese Urban Micro-Business Owner Manager Values And Perspectives on International Development."
Elisabeth has published her stepfather's manuscript from his master's program at the University of Chicago.
See it on Kindle or Amazon as a paperback.
"The Banality of Greed"- By John A. Wing.
Scott Shetler, the "Quirky Travel Guy," has put together a great blog about things to do while visiting the city of Berkeley in California. Guess what one of his recommendations were? You've got it! The Fish House! Thanks to you, Scott, for including us in this list. Visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area, look here:
Creator of "UNSTOPPABLE," a video that asks...What is happiness and how do we find it?
Video Information: EUGENE TSSUI GIVES A TWO HOUR PRESENTATION ON HIS LIFE, WORK, AND ATTITUDE OF LIVING, AT THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA REALTORS CONVENTION, RED BLUFF, CALIFORNIA, MAY 23, 2019. NAME OF THE CONVENTION, "UNSTOPPABLE". 300 TO 400 PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE. Filmed by Jeremy Snowden and edited by Jeff Leland (of Pixelglow Studios.)
For a brief overview of the film, go here:
Creator of Netflix sensational program, "Most Incredible Homes," Justyna Wrucha travels the world making documentaries and enlightening all those she meets. She is an award-winning television producer with Barcroft Media, London, England. Her documentary features one of Eugene Tssui's home designs, Berkeley's beloved "Fish House," which aired November 10, 2018, world-wide.
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