This issue of the A-Profiler, Nelson Wong interviews filmmaker Zac Wong of the web series The Potstickers. This is the final part of a 3-part A-Profiler series featuring the cast and crew of The Potstickers.
You are still in your late-teens and have become an award-winning filmmaker. When did your foray into filmmaking first begin? What inspired you to become a filmmaker? Did you find that your friends and family were supportive of your desire to become a filmmaker?
My interest in filmmaking began way before I had ever touched a camera. Looking back at the first drawings in crayon I did as a child, they were all sequential, like miniature story boards. When I was about twelve, simply out of curiosity, I grabbed the home video camcorder and a couple Lego men and made a stop-motion animation with the camera's start and stop record button. It looked horrible, but it was enough to keep me motivated. I remember how liberating it felt, unlocking this newfound, and completely immature ability to tell stories