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Betty M Park

Betty M Park is a Korean American filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York, and makes her debut as a feature film director with Mamachas del Ring. She works as a producer and editor in TV, and her work as an editor includes the documentary The Innocence Project, which screened at the 2003 Hamptons International Film Festival.

Betty was born and raised in New York, and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a double major in English and Philosophy. In addition to making films and TV, she continues to encourage others to resist the urge to punctuate her name.


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Mamachas del Ring

$19.95 | 75 minutes

(2009) - Director, Editor, Producer

Carmen Rosa the Champion, the passionate leader of a group of indigenous Bolivian women wrestlers (think Hulk Hogan in petticoats and a bowler hat), is faced with a brutal decision when forced to choose between her love of sport and love&hellip…

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Mamachas del Ring - DOWNLOAD

$11.95 | 75 minutes

(2009)

Carmen Rosa the Champion, the passionate leader of a group of indigenous Bolivian women wrestlers (think Hulk Hogan in petticoats and a bowler hat), is faced with a brutal decision when forced to choose between her love of sport and love&hellip…

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Mamachas del Ring - ON DEMAND

$3.95 | 75 minutes

(2009)

Carmen Rosa the Champion, the passionate leader of a group of indigenous Bolivian women wrestlers (think Hulk Hogan in petticoats and a bowler hat), is faced with a brutal decision when forced to choose between her love of sport and love&hellip…

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