Emily’s other projects include making music, films, and writing stuff.
A dark comedic short written and produced by, and starring Emily Chang. Directed by Gloria Calderon-Kellett (Rules of Engagement, How I Met Your Mother)
~Official Selection, LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival 2012
~Official Selection, Newport Beach Film Festival 2012
~Official Selection, LA Asian Pacific American Film Festival 2012
~view the trailer:
The Humberville Poetry Slam
Comedic short mockumentary about a small town poetry slam. Co-directed/written by Emily Chang with Daniel De Lorenzo.
~Winner, Hollywood Film Festival’s Gold Coast Award
~Finalist, Golden Reel Award for Best Short Film, Visual Communications Film Festival
~Finalist, Linda Mabalot New Directors/New Visions Award, LA Asian American Film Festival 2009
~view the trailer here.
I Was Born With 2 Tongues
Emily’s old Chicago-based spoken word group, now no longer active but memorialized in the new Maya Lin-designed MOCA Museum, NYC and whose album “Broken Speak” is still frequently used in high school and university classrooms across the country.
One of Emily’s music projects: em.KING
Music video for “Need You Near,” featured in the Colin Hearts Kay soundtrack.
Recent projects/guest vocals on albums: “Shanghai Hotel” soundtrack, “Nothing But Me” soundtrack (see videos page), Bao Phi‘s “Refugeeography” album, Taiyo‘s “Love Is Growth” album (perf: The Knitting Factory NYC), Typical Cats self-titled debut, DJ Kuttin’ Kandi‘s Women in Hip Hop Benefit CD.
25 To Life
Emily associate produced this in-progress documentary tackling issues of race, sex, and masculinity. It centers on an HIV-positive African American man who’s turning his life around and affecting those around him.