A young, visually impaired woman — accompanied only by her guide dog — sits in a café, reading a novel as she waits for the next bus. Suddenly, a pay phone begins to ring loudly outside. Led by her trusty friend, the young woman then experiences something that can only be described as magical.
Director Biography – Lia Wang
Lia Wang is a current second-year Screenwriting Fellow at the American Film Institute Conservatory. A relatively new transplant to Los Angeles, Wang lived in New York City after college, working in acquisitions and development for a time at A24, the studio behind films such as MOONLIGHT and LADY BIRD. She is dedicated to writing and directing compelling narratives that reflect contemporary and diverse themes. Most recently, she placed as a finalist in the ScreenCraft Drama Contest and a quarterfinalist in the Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition with her feature screenplay, HILLS OF GOLD.