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Directed by  Ursula Liang
Edited by  Michelle Chang
Director  Ursula Liang
Cinematography  Ursula Liang
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Produced by  Ursula Liang
Initial release  27 April 2014
Screenplay  Ursula Liang
Music director  CHOPS, Adam Rubenstein
9-Man (film) httpsstatic1squarespacecomstatic534b8bb8e4b
Starring  Kevin Wong Ty Hua Jeff Chung Robert Chung Ray Szeto Paul Chin Patrick "2E" Chin Wendall Chin Henry Oi Jimmy Wong Wen Wei Lin
Music by  Scott "CHOPS" Jung Adam Rubenstein
Release date  April 27, 2014 (2014-04-27) (Independent Film Festival Boston) May 5, 2015 (2015-05-05) (United States)
Producers  Ursula Liang, Theresa Navarro
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9-Man is a 2014 documentary film about the sport 9-man played in Chinatowns in the U.S. and Canada. The New York Times called it "an absorbing documentary."

The film, which had its world premiere at IFFBoston on April 27, 2014, won six film festival awards and was broadcast on the PBS World Channel series America ReFramed on May 5, 2015. The film, which follows the all-male sport of 9-man, was produced by a largely female crew, led by first-time director Ursula Liang and editor Michelle Chang. The documentary follows several modern-day 9-man teams throughout one season framed by a historical portrait of Chinatown history and the game of 9-man. Featured in the film are U.S. volleyball Olympian and NBC commentator Kevin Wong and Chinatown historian John Kuo Wei Tchen. 9-Man also features the now deceased "mayor" of Boston's Chinatown, Reggie Wong, who was a leader in the 9-man community.

9-Man was part of the SkyFest series on Virgin America airlines in the summer of 2015.

The music for the film was written by Adam Rubenstein and Scott CHOPS Jung, the pioneering Chinese-American hip-hop producer and member of Mountain Brothers.

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9-Man (film) Wikipedia


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