YELLOW FEVER

By Kat MOON

WHAM BAM PRODUCTIONS, LTD. - as PROD / FIN

Comedy - Completed 2017

My white parents named me Asia. Nuff Said.

Festivals
& Awards

Worldfest Houston 2017
Winner, Gold Remi Award, Theatrical Feature Film Comedy
London International Film Festival 2017
Winner, Best Supporting Actor
London International Film Festival 2017
Nominee, Best Director
London International Film Festival 2017
Nominee, Best Feature Comedy
London International Film Festival 2017
Nominee, Best Actress, Jenna Ushkowitz
Hollywood Film Festival 2017
Nominee, Jury Prize, Best Narrative Feature Film
Soho International Film Festival 2017
Nominee, Best World Showcase
    • Year of production
    • 2017
    • Genres
    • Comedy
    • Countries
    • USA, UNITED KINGDOM
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Duration
    • 85 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Kat MOON
    • Writer(s)
    • Kat MOON
    • Producer(s)
    • Jan DAUBE (WHAM BAM PRODUCTIONS, LTD.), Kat MOON (WHAM BAM PRODUCTIONS, LTD.)
    • Synopsis
    • Asia Bradford (GLEE’s Jenna Ushkowitz) was adopted from Korea by white people, so she doesn’t speak Korean. She apparently doesn’t speak New York either, because everyone seems to think she’s from somewhere else. “Stop asking me where I'm from! I get it .. I’m Yellow!” she angrily writes on her blog. It’s bad enough that everyone in New York seems to think she’s not American, but to top it all off, her “culturally sensitive,” whitebread parents decided to dress up in Korean hanboks for the annual Christmas card this year! No one gets her. So, where does she actually fit in if she feels like she doesn’t belong in her family, New York or her so-called “motherland?” Her salvation comes in an odd package - an "old ugly white dude," played by GILMORE GIRLS’ Scott Patterson, who's just moved back to New York after living in Korea for over a decade.
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