Nguyên Lê

Nguyên Lê is a Vietnamese-English bilingual film critic, writer and translator. He also likes to think he's an amateur cook and photographer, assuming there will never be a time when the kitchen catches fire or the camera is gifted to the ocean. His portfolio site is here, his Twitter is @nle318 and his Facebook is @nguyen.le.334.

Lionel Richie has a hand placed amicably on Bao Nguyen's shoulder.

‘The Greatest Night in Pop’ is filmed like a heist

Vietnamese American director Bao Nguyen on his latest documentary: a making of the Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie hit song “We Are the World”

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Meet the Visual Masterminds Behind Some of Your Favorite TV Sets

Cindy Chao and Michele Yu talk about their production design work on “A Black Lady Sketch Show” and working on a set led by mostly BIPOC women

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If ‘Chang Can Dunk,’ We Can Dream

Writer-director Jingyi Shao on his Disney debut and being your own savior


The Problem With Wu

In ‘Jurassic World: Dominion,’ creators get Henry Wu all wrong—again