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Mu Sun

Sing for your Supper
Born in China; but raised all around the world, Mu’s international upbringing has had a strong influence on his work, striving to tell stories that have a universal and timeless relevance. A graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Mu brings together a strong technical background with a diverse set of influences that include East Asian cinema, Russian literature and contemporary independent film. His first film “The Watch”, a modernized take on Nicolai Gogol’s “The Overcoat”, was an official selection at the LA Shorts Fest in 2009. His second film, “Angela Wright”, played twenty festivals in 2012. In 2014, his third film, time travel comedy “A Stitch in Time (for $9.99)” played over twenty festivals including Cinequest, St. Louis, Palm Springs and DC Shorts. Along with musical/fantasy film “Sing For Your Supper”, he is also touring the festival circuit in 2016 with two other shorts, “City by the Sea”, a romantic drama set in Los Angeles, and “Whitehorse”, shot in the extreme cold of northern Canada. He is currently developing “Sing For Your Supper” as a feature film.