Anjali Sundaram is an Assistant Professor in Cinema at City College of San Francisco. She uses narrative, stop-motion animation, installation and mock-documentary; to explore intersections of culture, identity and globalization within frameworks of memory, autobiography, imagined futures and pseudo-science. Sundaram’s recent multimedia collaborations with the collective I, Daughter of Kong have appeared at The Lab and Southern Exposure (San Francisco), Swing Space (New York City), Acre-TV (Chicago), Co-Lab (Austin) and Galerija Miroslav Kraljevic (Zagreb, Croatia). Her film work has screened at the San Francisco International Film Festival, The Exploratorium, Big Muddy Film Festival, San Jose Museum of Art, the International Asian American Film Festival & Slamdance Film Festival, among other venues nationally and abroad. She has received grants and awards from the Princess Grace Foundation, Robin Eickman Foundation, San Francisco Arts Commission, Montana State University and Syracuse University. Sundaram is currently completing a personal documentary filmed in India with her father, which considers what it is like to be an immigrant with family in two disparate places.