S. Casper Wong
S. Casper Wong is an award-winning New York-based filmmaker, technology lawyer, and social entrepreneur. Her documentary feature debut, The LuLu Sessions, has won 10 international awards and nominations in every major category, with a US broadcast on PBS's World Channel as part of the America ReFramed Documentary Series. She received a Humanitarian Award from the SASS Foundation for Medical Research for her film's social impact on the emotional complexities of breast cancer. She is the Creator of the Peace Pod Project, a multi-platform VR/AR/MR dedicated space for facilitating reconciliation between 2 people. She has directed and produced in China since 2005 and served as the studio executive for Roger Corman's first co-production with China. She is currently in development on several sci-fi and animation projects.
Casper's work has been screened and distributed internationally. She is a two-time winner of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Screenwriting Grants; a New York State Council on the Arts Grantee; Sloan Fellow at the Hampton's International Film Festival Screenwriter's Lab; a nominee for the Directors Guild of America's Best Student Film; the winner of the Special Jury Award of the Golden Horse at the Taipei Film Festival.
Prior to receiving her MFA from NYU in directing, Casper was Senior Attorney for IBM General Counsel, and received a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Columbia University. She is the Founder of Asian American Women Media Makers, and is on the Board of Directors at New York Women in Film and Television, leading its Innovation Initiative. (07/19)