Red Doors is a 2005 American independent film written and directed by Georgia Lee. Inspired by the director's own family, the film tells the coming of age story of a Chinese American family. Red Doors is Lee’s first feature film. Early drafts won the Jerome Foundation New York Media Arts Grant Award, and later won the best narrative feature prize at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival. Georgia Lee produced the movie alongside Jane Chen and Mia Riverton and co-producor John Fiorelli.