Linnan Lin is a filmmaker and a jazz vocalist, and she loves working with 16mm film and a Bolex camera.
Linnan has received film recognition from festivals in the New England and New York areas for her film, How To Become Image Spam, an “experimental documentary” about the proliferation of imagery in modern day society.
She’s a recent graduate from Mount Holyoke College where she majored in film studies. Before joining Double Exposure, Linnan was living in China with her family while working on an independent film project about “Chinese Granny” dance culture.
Having just relocated to Washington, DC, Linnan is thrilled to be joining the Metropolitan Area film community.