Theresa Loong is a documentary filmmaker and a Feet in Two Worlds food reporting fellow.
Theresa Loong is an award-winning filmmaker and interactive media professional whose work has been exhibited at the SVA, Sala de Exposiciones, Teriennale di Milano and Circulo de Bellas Artes. She and artist Laura Nova are collaborating on a transmedia project called Feed Me a Story, that encourages the sharing of secret family recipes in a documentary style video cookbook and Web application. Theresa has worked on public television programs such as “So Very Far from Home” and “China Now: To Get Rich Is Glorious.” Her upcoming documentary film, “Every Day Is a Holiday,” will air on PBS stations this spring. Theresa also specializes in the editorial and strategic development of integrated media projects. She has taught multimedia at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, and is on the board of directors of The FilmShop.
Kim Ima’s Treats Truck offers sweets that are "kosher" for Passover not just once a year, but all year-round. Try a recipe for the Apple Passover Cake that has become a foundation of her Treats Truck here.