Welcome to Doozy: Lunchbox of Doom is currently in production and we can't wait to share it with you come this fall!
Say "hell yes" to complex Asian American characters on screen!
Jennifer and producer Carolyn Mao are excited to be a part of 150, a new incubator created by Time Warner in order to identify and nurture new and unique storytellers. More info about 150 can be found here.
Excited to announce the I'll be going to NALIP's Diverse Women in Media Residency Lab to work on my feature You and Me Both. Looking forward to my cabin writing fantasy as well as meeting more badass diverse women filmmakers!!
Check out the pilot on YouTube or watch the whole series at thundershorts.com!
Out There has its West Coast premiere at LA Indie Film Fest on October 25th!
As part of a series introducing you to the creators of comedy miniseries featured on the new streaming service Thundershorts, a division of SnagFilms, here we meet the team that created the satirical series “American Viral” with Michael Showalter.
AnnaRose King and Jennifer Suhr are the creators of the web series “American Viral,” available on Thundershorts, the new web comedy platform from Indiewire’s parent company SnagFilms.
The web series genre has officially come into its own.
Thundershorts is a fun place to watch original comedy web series from up-and-coming comedians and your favorite funny stars.
See the new series about a family’s attempts to recapture their 15 minutes of YouTube infamy exclusively on BuzzFeed.
There’s a new short-form comedy site in town. Indiewire’s parent company, SnagFilms, is launching Thundershorts, a site dedicated to streaming original content aiming to tickle your funny bone.
SnagFilms, the streaming video platform for documentaries and independent films, is making its foray into original content with the June 26 debut of comedy portal Thundershorts.
Sandwich Confessionals, the web series I wrote and directed as part of the SUBWAY Fresh Artist Series is live on the site.
Check them out if you’ve ever tried to imagine what your food might be thinking.