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Lulu Wang

Lulu Wang is a classical pianist turned filmmaker. She recently wrote and directed her first feature film, POSTHUMOUS - a love story set in Berlin, starring Jack Huston and Brit Marling with Lambert Wilson. POSTHUMOUS is currently available in international territories including Canada, Germany, Turkey, Australia and will be released stateside by The Orchard in summer 2016. Lulu's short narrative drama TOUCH premiered at the Palm Springs International ShortFest and was one of 8 finalists at the NBCUniversal Short Film Festival, nominated for Best Short, Best Writer, Best Director with two Best Actor nominees and a Best Actor win. Asians On Film awarded TOUCH with Best Drama, and the film has also been selected by American Cinematheque for their 11th Annual Focus on Female Directors, which was held at the historic Egyptian Theatre.

Born in Beijing, raised in Miami and educated in Boston, Lulu Wang brings her global perspective to telling entertaining stories in today's increasingly
international culture. She is a recipient of the Chaz and Roger Ebert Directing Fellowship, which was awarded at the 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards. Wang attended New World School of the Arts in Miami for piano performance and holds a BA from Boston College in Literature and Music. She is also a 2014 Film Independent Project Involve Directing Fellow.

Fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese and sometimes Spanish, Wang enjoys working with friends, both old and new.

  • Posthumous (Trailer)