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White Now Please

Directed by Kyle Lau

White Now Please is a comedic short film about a 12-year-old Asian American boy named Bryan Chen who wants to be a hero, so he tries to become the thing he knows all heroes are… White. Because in this world, “race exchanges” are possible, and we witness his journey to see if he actually goes through the process of “white-ifying” himself or if he remains the un-hero-like kid he believes he is.

Written and Directed by Kyle Lau
Produced by Joyce Liu-Countryman

Director’s Bio: Kyle Lau is an LA-based writer/director originally from San Francisco. He is the Co-Producer on AWKWAFINA IS NORA FROM QUEENS, where he was nominated for the WGA Award for Best Episodic Comedy for his penned episode on Season One. Previously, he worked as a Co-Producer on Lord/Miller’s CLONE HIGH on HBO Max, a Staff Writer on ABC’s FRESH OFF THE BOAT and as a writers’ assistant on DEAD TO ME (Netflix) and FAMILY GUY (FOX). On the directing front, Kyle’s most recent short film, WHITE NOW PLEASE, won the Audience Award at the Dances With Films Festival in 2022. He has also directed content for Bleacher Report, RedBull, and Jack Daniels, in addition to having films featured in the Hollywood Comedy Short Film Festival, London-Worldwide Festival, and LA Dance Shorts Festival. He is currently developing an animated project entitled FLOATERS with Sony Television/88 Rising, which was recently sold to Amazon.

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