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Workshop Lo-Vi is the main creative outlet for joint visual projects from and by director Peter I. Chang & producer Mitch Cullin.  


Founded in 2004, Workshop Lo-Vi strives to create quality film projects with little or no budget, utilizing as few accessories as possible, and cobbling the finished product together with tools/equipment that are easily available to anyone.  Previous Workshop Lo-Vi projects include the short film Regina Monologue (which can be discovered as an Easter Egg on disc 2 of the UK DVD of Terry Gilliam's Tideland), and the feature-length documentary I Want To Destroy America.  Tokyo Is Dreaming, a second feature-length film, received its world premiere in UK, at the Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival in 2009 and its US premiere at the Phoenix Art Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.

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