4960

By Wing-Yee Wu


“The faster you run, the more likely you are to stay alive.”

Aida and Josef try to communicate past the distance from point A to point B.  An exposed space, clearly visible to snipers, prevents them from doing so.  Set during the Sarajevo siege, 4960 is a film about human hunger for connection.


Born and raised in Stockholm of Chinese descent, based in New York City. Wing-Yee [Vinyé] Wu received her BFA from Central Saint Martins College in London; where she first found her interest in filmmaking. She worked in the British and Swedish Film industries before moving to the U.S. where she’s finishing her thesis film at the NYU Graduate Film Department. Wing-Yee’s films have screened worldwide and received multiple awards. She is currently developing a feature length screenplay.

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