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 it wasn't
possible in real life.

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WEBBY AWARD WINNER


DIRECTORS Marisa Aveling & Sean Mattison
PRODUCTION Gua Gua Productions
EDITOR Winnie Cheung






 



END OF
SUMMER


Dawn’s car ride
to her college move-in
takes an unexpected
turn when her father
is struck by a heart
attack in the
middle of the desert.


Official Selection NY Shorts Int’l Film Fest 2019


WRTER & DIRECTOR
Serena Kuo
PRODUCER Roxy Shih

DP Hana Kitasei
PRODUCTION DESIGN
Katie Moest
EDITOR Winnie Cheung
SCORE Erica Awai








THE ONE
WHO GOT
AWAY


DIRECTOR Winnie Cheung
WRITER Winnie Cheung
STORY BY Erin Wicks &
The Andujar Twins

A young disturbed biker must face her repressed sexual trauma before it grows into a slimy menacing demon that physically devours her.


Currently in development.







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.

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San Francisco International Film Festival
Montclair Film Festival


WRITER & DIRECTOR Larry Cohen
PRODUCER Timother Whitney
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.