Wet Hot Summer 2018

Wet Hot Summer 2018

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Wet Hot Summer 2018
  • Hand Fart

    A young man's survival is left in his own hands.
    Vimeo Staff Pick and Winner of a 2017 Nashville Film Festival Audience Award

    Written and Directed by: Stanley Wong & Travis Ashkenasy
    Stanley: Stanley Wong
    Doctor Diorman: Walter Cox
    Nurse Joy: Felicia Hom
    Nurse Guy: Dante Swain
    Nurse Mann...

  • "Walk That Walk" from Make It Pop (Megan Lee)

  • Ash

    Ash is a short film about the unlikely friendship that develops between Teck, a grieving widower, and Kevin, an earnest young Singaporean policeman. Written and produced by Su Ching Teh. Directed by Taj Jenkins Musco.

  • Evolution of BLACKPINK (Megan Lee)

  • Towel Boy

    After getting cut from the football team, a student ends up being the team’s towel boy and must defend his position against a bully.

    Directed by Milton Ng
    Written by Milton Ng & Mike Cosgrave
    Produced Milton Ng, Miguel Flores, Christine Huang
    Associate Producers Alex Tseng, Brendan Rae, R...


    The short film is a documentary and narrative hybrid bio-pic focusing on the earlier life and work of Keye Luke during the 1920s-1940s, a pioneering Asian American actor and painter most known for his roles as the Number One Son, Lee Chan, in the popular Charlie Chan films of the 1930s, and as th...


    When a suburban man follows some neighborhood kids cutting through his yard, he finds out that they have discovered a mysterious portal in the woods.

    Starring Tony Baker.
    Directed by Weldon Wong Powers.

  • Weapon 4Y7 Pilot

    A highly trained agent goes on a mission to save his commander.

  • The Crumbles

    The Crumbles is an indie rock slice-of-life tragicomedy about Darla and Elisa, two best friends struggling to catapult their talented but directionless garage band to stardom. Called "elegant and affectionate" by the LA Times, this lighthearted romp across the Eastside of Los Angeles offers a fun...

  • The Slanted Screen

    From silent film star Sessue Hayakawa to Harold & Kumar Go to Whitecastle, The Slanted Screen explores the portrayals of Asian men in American cinema, chronicling the experiences of actors who have had to struggle against ethnic stereotyping and limiting roles. The film presents a critical examin...

  • Why Am I Doing This?

    African-American comedian Lester is trying be the next Louis CK… except everyone wants him to be Kevin Hart. Asian-American Tony is trying to be the next Tom Cruise… except everyone wants him to be the Chinese delivery boy. Together, they try to make in Hollywood while juggling relationships, c...

  • Elevator

    "Elevator" is a lighthearted drama about family, faith and second chances.

    Inspired by films like "Before Sunrise" and "My Dinner with Andre", the story begins with Naomi, a headstrong but fragile expectant mother, leaving her small town in Japan for New York City with the firm intention of ma...

  • Blood of the Samurai

    Two friends are overcome with the spirit of the samurai warrior after unearthing a pair of mythical swords in this over-the-top action effort directed by freshman filmmaker Aaron Yamasato and featuring special makeup effects by Screaming Mad George.

  • Someone I Used To Know

    When three childhood friends reunite on one midsummer night, their delirious abandon and reminiscence explodes into a daring search for hope and deliverance from the burden of their dreams. Directed by Nadine Truong.

  • The People I've Slept With

  • John Hughes Ruined My Life

    A young woman (Samantha Futerman), who grew up on a steady diet of John Hughes films, realizes that finding her Jake Ryan is more like Some Kind of Terrible.

    Webseries based off the feature script John Hughes Ruined My Life -- winner of the Tribeca All Access Award for Best Screenplay. Webseri...