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An independent film production company dedicated to highlighting work from unconventional auteurs.

 

What does it mean to be Asian in America?

 
 
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A dark comedy anthology web series that examines how racial identity functions in the media, the workplace, and romantic relationships.

EPISODES

“We were really interested in embracing the visual language of comedy.”
-
No Film School


Directed by Joshua Fu 

Written by
Joshua Fu & Nelson Cheng

PRODUCED BY Sarah Winshall

LINE PRODUCER Molly Orti
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Hana Kitasei
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Bobby Guard
EDITOR Patrick Lawrence
COMPOSER Matt Orenstein
CASTING BY Samy Burch
COLORIST Kyle Krupinski
SOUND DESIGN Sasha Mandel

“Rickshaw to Hollywood”
When an Asian filmmaker is told by a festival that his work isn’t “Asian” enough, he creates a racist film to troll them and accidentally attracts the attention of Hollywood.

Starring
JOHNNY WONG
Nelson Cheng
DANA LIANG Deedee Magno Hall
ROB NEVINS Josh Fadem
ALLISON Michelle Farrah Huang

“C4C”
When Walter discovers his girlfriend's history of predominantly dating Asian men, he questions his romantic worth. In an attempt to reorient his worldview, she introduces him to an underground community of women with an Asian male fetish.

Starring
WALTER Nelson Cheng
RILEY Stephanie Drake
CORDELIA Bridey Elliott
BLAKE Rick Kumazawa

“Erhu’s the Boss?”
Anne revels in being the only Asian employee in an all-White office in Oklahoma. But when a “more Asian” co-worker joins, she's sent into a crisis.

Starring
ANNE Melody Peng
MEI-LING PING Candy Cheung
BARRY Josh Fadem
BETTY Betsy Stover
ORVILLE Jim Bentley
PHILLIP Todd Louiso