NATHAN HONG FISHER
Nathan Hong Fisher is a filmmaker living in Los Angeles by way of New York City, and originally from Seattle. His latest designing accomplishment is the Netflix feature doc "Dick Johnson Is Dead" (directed by Kirsten Johnson) which is set to have its world premiere at Sundance 2020.
Recently he wrote, designed, and directed the sci-fi love story "Hello, World"; directed the animated short "The 49th Day", art directed the period feature "Martin Eden", and designed the short films "The Faces Pentaptych" and "I Miss Your Face".
In 2017, along with his creative partner Kristy Richman, he developed and directed a seven-episode short-form series called "TableTalk" which was distributed by Fullscreen Media.
His short "Backtrack" received a jury commendation at Filminute 2016 and his work can also be seen in the films "The Sunlit Night" (starring Jenny Slate), "American Invitation", "Hapa", "Manifest", "Don't Write Me Off", and the NBC series "The Village".
OTHERWORLDS FILM FESTIVAL
"Hello, World" is an official selection of the 2019 Otherworlds Film Festival in Austin.
AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL
"The 49th Day" is an official selection of the 2019 Austin Film Festival.
"Dick Johnson Is Dead" is an official selection and will have its world premiere in Park City, UT.
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
"Backtrack" was awarded a jury commendation in the 2016 International Filmminute Festival.
"Hello, World" is an official selection of FilmQuest 2019 and is nominated for a Best Sci-Fi Short award.
STRAIGHT TO SCREEN
"TableTalk" was awarded the straight to screen development deal by Fullscreen Media to bring the first season to life.