Hey there! I'm Emily Ting

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Experience: 10 years
Title/Headline: Directing, Writing, Producing
Known for: Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, Go Back to China, I Will Make You Mine
Minimum time: 30 minutes

About Me

Emily Ting is an award winning writer, director, and producer. Her first feature ALREADY TOMORROW IN HONG KONG, starring Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg, premiered at Los Angeles Film Festival and was distributed theatrically in 2016. Emily’s latest feature GO BACK TO CHINA, starring Anna Akana, Richard Ng, Lynn Chen, and Kelly Hu, premiered in competition at the 2019 SXSW Festival and was released theatrically in spring 2020.

Previously, Emily was most known for her producing work, having served as producer on Ishai Setton’s THE KITCHEN, starring Laura Prepon, Bryan Greenberg, and Amber Stevens, and Stephen Suettinger’s A YEAR AND CHANGE, starring Bryan Greenberg, T.R. Knight, and Jamie Hector. She also executive produced the films PIT STOP, LAND HO!, and MAN FROM RENO, which collectively have screened at Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, and Los Angeles Film Festival. She most recently produced Lynn Chen’s directorial debut I WILL MAKE YOU MINE, which was selected for the 2020 SXSW Festival.

Emily currently resides in Los Angeles and is mom to her twins Austin and Celeste. She is represented by Verve Agency and Black Box Management.

  • directing
  • creative producing
  • indie producing
  • line producing
  • indie film
  • Delivery to a Distributor
  • Distribution
  • Film Festivals
  • Feature Film

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