Film Fatales
Wei Ling Chang

Wei Ling is a swim addict, sleep enthusiast, and filmmaker. She is obsessed with astrophysics and time travel. Her feature directorial debut "The Unlikely Girl”, a thriller set in France, was acquired by Netflix and is now streaming worldwide. Most recently, she completed the action thriller “Iron Mom” for Escape Artists (“The Magnificent Seven”, “Equalizer”) and shadowed veteran TV director Rodrigo Garcia on the Showtime series “The Affair”. She was selected as a PGA Diversity Fellow for her TV pilot script, “Cult”. Her psychological thriller screenplay “Bad Education” was a Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab finalist and a Tracking Board winner. Other filmmaking achievements include a fellowship with Tribeca Film Festival All Access and Kyoto’s Filmmaker’s Lab; and the award-winning horror fable "Aunt Tigress”, which screened at Cannes, Sitges, Comic Con, Buenos Aires, and Beijing. Before making movies, she produced, wrote, and directed TV shows, including the Emmy-nominated "The Port Chicago Mutiny”, “The First 48”, “My Super Sweet Sixteen”, “Made”, “Parking Wars”, “The Detonators”, and prison show “Max ER”. An active member of the Producers Guild of America and the Alliance of Women Directors, she served as PGA East’s Chair of Events Committee from 2004-2006. Her PGA mentors include Emmy-award winner Kirk Ellis (HBO’s “John Adams”) and Jake Rose of Skydance. She holds a psychology BA from Cornell University and is repped by UTA.

Selected Works

  • The Unlikely Girl Trailer