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2017 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

David And Goliath

Directed by Rachel Lee

Programmers' Picks / USA / 2016 / 5 mins / English, Korean with English subtitles / Color / 16:9, D-Cinema

Plays In:
From Vision To Reel

Tateuchi Democracy Forum
April 29, 2017 11:30 am


David and Goliath is a documentary that shows it takes a community to stand up against large corporations taking over a Korean family-owned donut shop.” – June Kaewsith, Shorts Curator

In a small, suburban neighborhood, a mom and pop donut shop comes face-to-face with one of the largest donut corporations in America.

Director's Bio

Rachel Lee is an aspiring Art major and tries to explore many different types of media—last summer’s feat being film. Her exposure to the world of film opened her eyes, and Lee is now more inspired than ever. She hopes to continue making small shorts in the future. Lee is also of Korean descent, but actually does not like kimchi.


Director: Rachel Lee
Cinematographer: Rachel Lee
Editor: Rachel Lee

Plays in

  1. From Vision To Reel

    Shorts Programs / 62 mins
    FREE PROGRAM. "From Vision to Reel" showcases short films created by emerging filmmakers of Asian American and Pacific Islander descent. Films range from topics related to immigration, family history, gender identity, sexuality, struggles and resiliency in this current political and economic climate. — June Kaewsith

    In This Program: Perfect Imperfection, Living In Freedom, David And Goliath, Motherlands, Called Home, Hello From the Other Side, Dollar Tree, Droga!, Story of Self, Bastard

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Dates & Times

Plays In:
From Vision To Reel

Tateuchi Democracy Forum
April 29, 2017 11:30 am