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Directed by
Amy Wang

USA / 2017 / 29

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SHORTS: Shadows.

In every attempt for normality, 18-year-old James is perpetually confronted by his demons. Can James fit into a society that's been taught to hate who he is?
Amy Wang is a Chinese-Australian filmmaker whose unique perspective as an outsider fuels her passion for stories about social isolation and the human condition. Her graduate film BLIND LUCK received an honorable mention at the LA FILM FESTIVAL and screened at numerous festivals around the world. Upon graduation, Amy worked as a promos producer at the largest television network in Australia, where she directed shoots for X FACTOR AUSTRALIA and worked on shows such as CRIMINAL MINDS, DOWNTON ABBEY AND HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER. Amy completed her Masters as a directing fellow at the American Film Institute in 2017 where she was awarded a scholarship. While at AFI, Amy was selected to participate in the coveted RYAN MURPHY HALF FOUNDATION where she shadowed Executive Producer/Director Bradley Buecker on AMERICAN HORROR STORY S6. More recently, her thesis film “Unnatural” was nominated for the Grand Prix at the highly prestigious CLERMONT-FERRAND INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL.
Director(s): Amy Wang
Screenwriter(s): Amy Wang
Editor(s): Elizabeth Saltzman
Composer(s)/Music: Ian Chen


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