Amidst attention grabbing headlines of IPOs, Apps, and extreme wealth, Home is a Hotel is a different San Francisco story: a day spent following the lives of four working-class residents of San Francisco’s residential hotels.
Kevin D. Wong is a Bay Area-based director, editor, and producer. After a stint at Lucasfilm’s ILM he ventured out into the world of freelance filmmaking where he writes, directs, edits and otherwise renders both fiction and nonfiction films. His narrative films include Forgetting, an adaptation of a Radiolab episode about a man who can’t remember faces, and Be My Baby, a family drama that was featured on Comcast’s Pinoy TV. Wong’s feature screenplay Nellie was a 2nd round selection in the 2013 Sundance Screenwriters Lab.