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Hope Anderson is an Anglo-American writer and filmmaker who born in Hong Kong and raised in Japan. Though she wrote poetry and fiction from an early age, she pursued studies in Japanese history, culture and language at Wellesley, Harvard and UC-Berkeley, and worked in the Asia field before beginning her career in film.
She has made three feature documentaries: "Jim Thompson, Silk King," "The Jim Thompson House and Art Colletion," and "Under the Hollywood Sign," as well as a short feature film, "Peg Entwistle's Last Walk." The films are available on DVD and on Vimeo via www.hopeandersonproductions.com
Anderson's essay collections on Peg Entwistle and "Blade Runner" grew out of her blog, underthehollywoodsign.wordpress.com, where she writes about film, Hollywood history and Japan.
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