(Director/Writer/Producer): Julia Chang

(Director of Photography/Editor): Forrest Grant Davis

(Main Cast):
The Bachelor … Josh Domingo
Fairy Godfather … Patrick Chang

(Supporting Cast):
Woman at Street Corner/Party … Rebecca Wyzan
Party Host … David Choi
Selfie Woman … Jessica Ritacco
Party Guests … Michael Benzinger, Luz Guillén, Sheena Pradhan, Jak Watson

(Synopsis): A supernatural stranger mysteriously appears in the life of a hapless bachelor to help him improve his luck with women.

(Director’s Statement): One of my goals with this film was to create a quirky comedy that features characters whose backstories are not necessarily revealed, but fun to contemplate—a staple of movies that I love to watch myself. The other was to showcase Asian Americans in roles that we wouldn’t necessarily be considered for in order to prove that we can connect with a wider audience. All it takes is the opportunity to appear in a story that weaves a common human thread—and what better everyman theme is there than wishing we could be luckier in love?

(Director’s Bio): Julia Chang is a NYC–based filmmaker and journalist. She made her first short film in 2014 as part of a shootout competition and has since gone on to make four more shorts. Her second film, 3 Minutes, is an official selection of the 2016 Asian American International Film Festival. Julia is a member of BH2O Productions, an Asian-American filmmakers’ collective based out of NYC.

(Crew and Other Credits):
Sound Mixer … Tim Hodge
Production Assistant … Sofia Kim
Set Decorator … Brandon Palacio
Special Thanks … Ursula Liang, Matthew Chang
“What You Finna Do” by JAM Studio

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  1. i like how the fairy godfather’s gender prefs are metaphorically in the air – it made him a good wingman 😀

  2. loved it and voted. Given just 4 lines, a funny yet relatable story is weaved that left me laughing and feeling optimistic.

  3. The film is amazing well done

  4. Great job!

  5. Loved it! Lots of chuckles and feel-goods! 🙂

  6. Patrick (Fairy God Father) was the perfect wingman..jja jjang oppa! #FilmsBreakingStereotypes

  7. Great Job Patrick!

  8. Such a fun short film. It deserves all the accolades it can get!!!

  9. Yea Patrick!!!! You got my vote!

  10. Great work! Really dig it!

  11. voted and love it. great job!

  12. Really fun piece. Awesome. Congrats to you!

  13. I’m proud to have voted for a great deserving movie, keep up the excellent work

  14. Two Asian-American men leading a rom-com!? YES!!!!!! Congrats, girl!

  15. Hope you win muah

  16. Thanks everyone for your support! These characters make me happy, and I hope they did the same for you!

  17. good luck Gordo

  18. Enjoyed it. Definitely got my vote. Loved the wingman

  19. Amazing , well done 🙂 .

  20. Congrats Julia! Dig the literal Wingman! haha

  21. Good job!!! It’s really funny and quite unique.

  22. love it!! Lovely wings Patrick, now find me a nice guy!

  23. awesome loved the classic story with a unique twist!

  24. awww man loved this was cute love how finally asian males can play lead roles!

  25. lol! this was awesome loved the angel he was cute!

  26. Siskel and Ebert would haven given this 2 thumbs up…..trust me

  27. this was very cute!! excellent execution of the cinderella story!

  28. Now this was funny wouldn’t we all love our own personal wingman!! Well done guys!!

  29. this was awesome great duo!! thumbs up

  30. You got my vote hun! Keep doing what you do best! 🙂

  31. So charming!! Great stuff!!

  32. Great job Josh! Good luck!!

  33. Patrick Chang, this is what’s up.

  34. Love the film

  35. I loved it! ❤