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Anchitta Noowong
Live-action anthology series “Tales From The East”

As a first-generation immigrant, Anchitta is a strong advocate for the BIPOC community, especially Asian Americans. Her project is an anthology of superstitions and folktales from Asia titled "Tales From The East." The series consists of a total of five short films that aim to dispel Asian stereotypes in the media. It aims to teach Asian culture about Asian immigrants and Americans and provide a platform for BIPOC artists to work on their craft, network and tell their own stories.


3 PSU film alumni: Where are they now & advice

Do film school graduates actually land film jobs? Can I afford a living as a filmmaker? What are the chances I'll work consistently? We interviewed 3 recent alumni about how they got to where they are and SMASHED the job market, proving that you 100% can have a thriving career in the film industry. 😉

📹 ANCHITTA NOOWONG completed her BA in Film at PSU in 2019 with a minor in Business. The award-winning filmmaker is establishing herself as a Director and works as an indie film producer and freelance 1st AD and Lead Editor at @bridgecitymedia . She has 3 large short films with credits as Director, Writer, and Producer, and is preparing her most recent project @undercardshortfilm for the festival circuit.

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Filmed by Bike BIPOC Filmmaker
Grant Award!

Congratulations to the following filmmakers for being awarded a grant for the inaugural Filmed by Bike BIPOC Filmmaker Grant Program, presented by Machines For Freedom.

Kiki Ong – Santa Cruz, California

Anchitta Noowong – Portland, Oregon

DaeQuan Collier – New York, New York


August won Best Relationship Drama Award at Oregon Short Film Festival

Anchitta Noowong's short film "August" won Best Relationship Drama Award and Oregon Short Film Finalist at the Oregon Short Film Festival Summer of 2020


Dovetail Workwear Woman at Work

Anchitta be on the younger side of our Women at Work profiles, but she's a sage. You may know her from our witty stories, or the quick answers when you slide into our DMs. In addition to being Dovetail's digital media assistant by way of Arete Media, Anchitta's film career, begun essentially from birth, has begun to blossom in the last few years! ⁠



At 17, Anchitta 'Kitty' Noowong moved to Washington state with her single mother, leaving behind their home in Thailand. Now the award-winning film student likes telling stories through women’s eyes, as well as people of color and members of the LGBTQ community. “I want to tell the story of these people who wouldn’t get to tell their own stories,” she said.


The Pandemic Magazine "The Body As Prison" November 2018 Issue

Pretty Ugly and I Can't Sleep, the two films were shown as part of Pandemic’s November film screening. Watch the films, then read on to learn more about their creation and their creator, Anchitta who studies film at Portland State University.

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Best Student Short Documentary at ACT Film Festival

‘Not Yours’ is a short documentary on sexual assault and harassment. With the spotlight being on the president who openly bragged about touching and kissing others without their consent, Not Yours is made to express the seriousness and reality of this issue.

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