MR. WASH
ART IN THE TIME OF
CRIMINAL JUSTICE

In 1997 Wash was given a life sentence. 21 years later, he was freed by President Obama. In that time he taught himself how to paint, crafting thousands upon thousands of incredible images in prison. He helped bring inmates' families together on canvas when i wasn't possible in real life. Click here to read the full story.
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WETRASNFER

DIRECTORS Marisa Aveling & Sean Mattison
EDITOR Winnie Cheung






GAVIOTA
CROSSING OVER
GENTLE RELEASE


DIRECTOR Elena Vazintaris
EDITOR Winnie Cheung

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EXIT INTERVIEW
LYNCHIAN
BODY HORROR

OFFICIAL SELECTION
Marfa Film Festival 2016

DIRECTOR & EDITOR Winnie Cheung



SOUL OF A
SCRAPYARD


It’s a shantytown of scrap yards and auto body shops
with its upswell of luxury apartments and gentrification.

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DIRECTORS Mike Plunkett & Andrew David Watson
DP Andrew David Watson & Gabriel Pimenta
EDITORS Mike Plunkett & Winnie Cheung






FRAGRANT SACRIFICE


DIRECTOR Winnie Cheung
EDITOR Winnie Cheung
DP Colleen Kwok
PRODUCER Dave Tsang

Since returning to the Motherland in 1997, Hong Kong has undergone a series of Chinese state reforms. "Fragrant Sacrafice" is a hybrid experimental documentary exploring how the former British colony has changed over the last 20 years.