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




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





BROTHERS
BAD NEWS
BROTHER DEAR



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OFFICIAL SELECTION
San Francisco International Film Festival
Montclair Film Festival


WRITER & DIRECTOR Larry Cohen
EDITOR Winnie Cheung


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.


WRITER/DIRECTOR/DESIGNERS Andujar Twins
EDITOR Winnie Cheung

PRODUCTION Paper Street Pictures

GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT OF BODY
SCARE PACKAGE



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.“

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DIRECTOR Winnie Cheung
EDITOR Winnie Cheung