BROTHERS
BAD NEWS
BROTHER DEAR



Two brothers embark on a road trip home
for their grandmother's funeral. But on a
highway rest stop, David Stern finds out
no one's told his younger brother Andy.

VIMEO STAFF PICK

OFFICIAL SELECTION
San Francisco International Film Festival
Montclair Film Festival


WRITER & DIRECTOR Larry Cohen
PRODUCER Timother Whitney
EDITOR Winnie Cheung









EXIT INTERVIEW
THE DEVIL’S ASSISTANT GOT GROOVE

OFFICIAL SELECTION
Marfa Film Festival 2016

A recently deceased housewife
reconsiders her past life while being
interviewed by the Devil’s personal
assistant.

DIRECTOR / EDITOR
Winnie Cheung





DRIVE-THRU
I THINK YOU’RE
SO GREAT



DIRECTOR: Lauren Simpson
PRODUCER: Haley Rawson
EDITOR: Winnie Cheung


Andi is super into Ben. One night,
Ben abruptly turns into a fast food
drive-thru, where he takes the
opportunity to get something
important off his chest. Caught off
guard, Andi has to make a difficult
decision.

Coming Soon.

A slumber party gets wild when
three girls eat some haunted candy.
A segment in the feature anthology
SCARE PACKAGE, paying homage
to well-loved (and often overused)
horror tropes.


DIRECTORS Andujar Twins
EDITOR Winnie Cheung

PRODUCTION Paper Street Pictures

GIRLS’ NIGHT
OUT OF BODY

SCARE PACKAGE




Coming Soon 2019





OFFICIAL SELECTION
Northside Film Festival 2014
New Filmmakers 2014
The Philip K Dick Film Festival 2016
Other Worlds Austin 2016
Picture Farm Film Festival 2016

DEAR LUCAS
DREAMY
TIME TRAVEL

“Hope. Destiny. Love. These powerful themes
are difficult to weave into a film that lasts just
seventeen minutes. However, Winnie Cheung,
the director of “Dear Lucas”, proves that short
films can pack just as intense of a punch as any
feature-length movie.“

- Sci Fi Bloggers

DIRECTOR Winnie Cheung
EDITOR Winnie Cheung