The Montclair Times, Monday, May 2, 2013: Montclair Film Festival: Telling Her Father’s Story
Baristanet.com, Friday, April 26, 2013: Every Day Is a Holiday When You’re a Free Man
Montclair Patch.com, Wednesday, April 24, 2013: “Every Day Is a Holiday” Filmmaker to Speak at Montclair Film Festival
Voice of America, Monday, May 28, 2012: Chinese American Recalls POW Past
The Star-Ledger (New Jersey), front page, Saturday, May 27, 2012: Union County resident, Korean War vet relives life as POW in new documentary
Patch.com, May 27, 2012: On TV: Clark Filmmaker’s Documentary on Her Father’s Experience as a POW
Feet in Two Worlds, May 26, 2012: Reporters Notebook – Asian-American Filmmaker Tells Her Father’s Story in Every Day Is a Holiday – Airing this Weekend on PBS
NPR’s Nationally Broadcast Here and Now, May 7, 2012: For POW-Turned-Doctor, ‘Every Day Is A Holiday’ article and podcast
Catholic News Service, May 16, 2012: To Filmmaker, 88-Year-Old WWII POW Is Still ‘Daddy’
The World Journal, April 26, 2012: 父顛沛一生 她用鏡頭溫習一遍 (Interview in Chinese)
San Antonio Express, January 28, 2012: Filmmaker screens documentary of father’s life at Asian Festival
In May 2010, Theresa Loong was accepted into The FilmShop, a filmmaking collective.
In April 2010, the Manhattan Community Arts Fund awarded roughly $230,000 to 142 artists and arts groups, including “Every Day Is a Holiday” director Theresa Loong.
On December 16, 2009, “Every Day Is a Holiday” held a fundraiser along with the film, “(No) Laughing Matter.”
As part of Target Free Thursdays, a work-in-progress showing of “Every Day Is a Holiday” screened at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) on December 3, 2009, followed by a Q&A with director Theresa Loong and special guest Paul Loong.
“Every Day Is a Holiday” was awarding fiscal sponsorship by the non-profit organization Women Make Movies and can receive tax-deductible donations via WMM’s secure shopping cart.