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S." Additionally, Coquia believed that ISA presented the opportunity to present Asian American talent as cool and mainstream.
In 2010, ISA was held in New York City for the first time.
They did not originally consider filmmaking as a career when they entered university; Chan explored an interest in animation, Fu had been a student in electrical engineering and Wang considered a career in economics.
After approximately five years, Wong Fu Productions garnered 1 million subscribers in 2011.
In a review for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's student newspaper The Tech, Tina Ro wrote, "Despite its large Asian fan base, Wongfu's [sic] movie has a cast of equal numbers of Asians and Caucasians.
Furthermore, all the characters were shaped by their own characteristics rather than by their race, a refreshing concept for a movie." Following the success of A Moment with You, Wong Fu was approached to create a second film called Sleep Shift.
On June 8, 2013, Wong Fu Productions celebrated their 10 year anniversary and produced a 13 minute short on June 29 featuring Christine Chen, the surrounding cast of Wong Fu, and many familiar faces, including Ryan Higa, Dominic Sandoval (D-Trix), Kevin Wu (Kev Jumba), Freddie Wong, Brandon Laatsch, Joe Penna (Mystery Guitar Man) and The Fung Brothers.
The film tells the story of two couples in the near future where the Department of Emotional Integrity (D. I.) issues 'relationship scores', somewhat like a credit score, that affect couples' everyday choices.
It was also screened at the San Diego Asian Film Festival on October 18, 2006.
The film revolves around two neighbors who share similar romantic situations, in which one person in each relationship cannot let go of his or her past.
With a nearly all-Asian cast, some of its stars include Aaron Yoo, Brittany Ishibashi, Brandon Soo Hoo, Victoria Park, Randall Park, and Ki Hong Lee.
Funding for the film was crowd-sourced from Wong Fu's fans via Indiegogo, and the film's premiere release was held at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.
Additional guest performances included America's Best Dance Crew champions Quest Crew and Poreotics, Ryan Higa (aka Nigahiga), Kevin Wu (aka Kev Jumba), Jay Park, and singers–songwriters David Choi and Kina Grannis.