Kevin Lau’s “Made In Chinatown” picked up a couple awards this year at NBC’s 2013 Short Cuts Film Festival, a festival sponsored by the network that seeks short films from diverse talent. “Chinatown’s” wins include Best Short, Best Writing for Kevin Lau and Nyssa Chow, and Best Actor for ME. The winners (including myself) will be awarded various tools and software packages, and will have a special relationship with NBC Universal Development.
This year’s festival was held on Oct. 23rd at the Directors Guild of America Theater in Hollywood and hosted by Craig Robinson (The Office).
“Made in Chinatown” is a film in which a seamstress, a frog, and a factory king collide in Los Angeles, 1967.