Lowedown Productions specializes in projects that inform and inspire thoughtful consideration about our unique histories and common humanity.

Felicia Lowe - Lowedown Productions

Broadcast dates:

May 3 + May 4 (Check stations for times)

  • New York WLIV World
  • Los Angeles So Cal World
  • Chicago WTTW World
  • Philadelphia WHYY World
  • Dallas KERA World
  • Boston WGBH World
  • Atlanta GPB World
  • Tampa WEDU World
  • Detroit WTVS
  • Minneapolis KAWE World
  • Miami WPBT World
  • Cleveland WVIZ World
  • Orlando UCF World
  • St. Louis KETC World

San Francisco

  • KQED World, May 4 at 6 am and noon; May 7 at 2am
  • KQED Life, May 12 at 9:30 pm,  May 13 at 3:30 am
  • KQED, May 16 at 11 pm, May 17 at 5 am


  • OPB, May 25, 11pm

Public screenings:

Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival
April 25, 7pm

University of CA, Riverside
April 27, 7 – 9pm

Special MOTHER’S DAY Theatrical Screenings

The Roxie, San Francisco
Saturday, May 7 at 2pm
Journalist/broadcaster Ben Fong-Torres will moderate Q&A with filmmaker.

The New Parkway, Oakland
Sunday, May 8 at 3pm
Producer/Director Felicia Lowe will be present at both screenings.

San Francisco State University
Monday, May 9, 4:30pm
Coppola Theater

Martin Luther King, Jr. Library – SJSU  
Thursday, May 19, 6pm in #225

 American Libraries 2016 Annual Conference
Now Showing @ ALA, June 26th, 10:30am

In the Can

Award winning documentaries reveal the richness, depth and dimensions of Chinese America.

Discover the inside story of San Francisco’s oldest neighborhood.

Carved in Silence 
Detainees and poetry exposes life at Angel Island Immigration Station.

China: Land of My Father
In 1979, filmmaker meets her paternal grandmother in search of her roots.

Special Projects

Commissioned videos for museum installations, community events and multimedia designs.

Chinatown YWCA
Serving Chinatown since 1916, and now home of the Chinese Historical Society of America.

Angel Island Passages
Three screen video projection for live performance of San Francisco Girl’s Chorus.

Remembering Angel Island
Primer for museum visitors entering exhibit about Angel Island Immigration Station.