mimi chao


The Last - Trailer

A simple question, “How many have you loved?” Is your answer, one and only? Or is it several, all of whom have shaped your life?
More details about this upcoming short: http://wongfuproductions.com/2012/10/trailer-the-last/

Wong Fu Productions

Written & Directed by Philip Wang
Cinematography by Wesley Chan and Philip Wang
Produced with Christine Chen
Music by Sam Kang http://facebook.com/samkangmusic

Harry Shum Jr https://twitter.com/iharryshum
Kina Grannis http://youtube.com/kinagrannis
Shelby Rabara https://twitter.com/shelby_rabara
Mimi Chao http://twitter.com/_mimo
Kaile Goh http://youtube.com/KaileGoh
Yuri Tag https://twitter.com/yuritag
Lana Mckissack http://youtube.com/lanamckissack

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look who’s been hanging out with Wes?! ;)



“The White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders is a committee established by the Obama administration to keep him up to date on the issues happening in the AAPI community. For his holiday reception this year, the AAPI was asked to invite certain community leaders to attend, and we were included on this guest list. Being invited to the White House at all is a huge honor. How many people can say they got to go the President’s holiday party? But then we were informed the day before that we would have the chance to meet Obama himself. We couldn’t believe it…

***Our actual photo with the President and First Lady I think is being mailed to us. We were not allowed to bring cameras into the area, so we’ll share that when it comes!***

…Thank you for your support. You are directly part of the reason why we got to have this experience. Thank you.”

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The Last - Trailer

A kiss is the most universal symbol of love and affection. A first kiss is innocent and naive. We cherish it as though it will last forever. But when the relationship is broken, the kiss is no longer possible.

Wesley Chan; Wong Fu Productions

When Five Fell (2010)



Full Commentary and Behind the Scenes here: http://wongfuproductions.com/2011/08/new-shell-short-film-released/

Our lives are shaped by our experiences. Our experiences are preserved in our memories. But what if we had a chance to remember things that we never actually experienced? “Shell” explores this idea through a quiet conversation. If you could look through a window that softened the edge between reality and fiction, what would you want to see? What would you want to remember?

Official Selection for 2011 Seoul International Extreme-Short Image and Film Festival www.sesiff.org

Written and Directed by Wesley Chan
Produced with Philip Wang

Chris Dinh
Mimi Chao

“Origami Airplanes” by Jesse Chui
(Available here: http://songsforcinema.com/track/origami-airplanes)
George Shaw http://georgeshawmusic.com


Shell - Wong Fu Productions

This is just, beautiful. I can’t even think of words to describe how this short film, another project from WongFu Productions, has been so moving. How they captured a lot of emotions in just 6 minutes. This deserves a lot of recognition. Hands down, Wong Fu. Especially to Wes. <3




New Short - SHELL