Yvette Lu in Megami: Search for the Gods.
David C. Jones, Jan Bos & Yvette Lu on In Session Comedy TV.
The Theory of Everything. Back row: Alvin Tran, Isaac Kwok.
Front row: Yvette Lu, Aurora Chan, Quynh Mi, Linda Leong.
by Patrick Parenteau.
Yvette Lu and Lauren Au in Servants of War.
Untold Stories of the ER: Granny's Back with Rachel Lee, Marcia Yu, Yvette Lu, and Tokiko Miyashita.
Yvette Lu and Danny Dorosh in Food for the
Yvette Lu and Jacqlyn Atkins in Murder at the Orient Street Express. Photo
by Brice Ferre.
Superhuman. A short film written and directed by
Presented at the Vancouver Asian Film
Festival's Mighty Asian Moviemaking Marathon. This film has not
yet been released to the public. Stay tuned!
Ready. A short film directed by
Joella Cabalu, created
in partnership with Cineworks Play It Forward and
Dixon Transition Society to
highlight the ways in which violence against women is still
prevalent in our society.
Filmed two days of night shoots on BBC America's
Filmed a day on Gracepoint,
a new show coming to FOX. Watch for it in Fall 2014.
Our Vancouver-based comedy series "In
Session" is seeking funding. Please help us by watching and liking our
Guest lecturer for the University of British Columbia medical students
for the second year in a row about narrative medicine and
Stories from the Closet.
Great article in the University of British Columbia TREK magazine about the power of storytelling in health care, narrative medicine, and balancing medicine and acting:
"The Double Life of Doctor Lu"
Ann at Hello! Thailand TV North America interviewed me about The Theory
of Everything, Acting, my cultural heritage and more.
Performed in THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING, a play by Prince Gomolvilas at the Roundhouse Theatre in Vancouver, BC. January 9-12, 2012.
Presented by Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre.
I was asked to comment on Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's Acute Morning Sickness on CBC News Network on December 3, 2012.
Here's the video of the nationally-broadcast interview with Ian Hanomansing.
Posted a new
video clip of my work from "Ice Cold Mom", Untold Stories of the ER, Season 5.
I play an anxious mom whose son collapsed at home. (5 min)
Had a great world premiere for our new documentary film "Alive and Kicking" at the Mighty Asian Moviemaking Marathon on August 25, 2012.
Come like us on
Updated full length version of Food
for the Gods is now on Facebook with special preview of
sequels Megami: Legacy for the Gods and Megami: Search for the Gods.
Burnaby now article picked up by Ming
Pao newspaper Vancouver and Hong Kong!
Feature article in Burnaby Now
Newspaper about my appearances in Untold Stories of the ER: "Actor
on Screen this week" (Nov 13, 2010)
Booked two roles in TLC's Untold
Stories of the ER. Episodes premiered on TLC
on Nov 17, 2010 and Nov 24, 2010. Watch schedule
(updated weekly) for "Ice Cold Mom" and "Grandma's
an interactive film, exhibited at the Emily Carr Gallery on Granville Island as part of the International Digital Media and Art Association Annual Conference.
was selected to air
as part of the third annual SHAW Multicultural Channel and explorASIAN Filmmakers
Showcase on Sunday, May 9, 2010 at 9pm and midnight on Shaw
Multicultural Channel. It also aired on SHAW
TV on Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 9pm.
Due to popular demand, A Table for One
had an encore screening as part of the Filmmakers Showcase on SHAW
TV, Monday, May 18, 2009, on Cable 4 in Vancouver, BC.
A Table for One
was broadcast as part
of the SHAW Multicultural Channel and explorASIAN Filmmakers
Showcase on Sunday, May 10, 2009, in
Warrior Two screened at the Okanagan
International Film Festival in the Short Film Showcase on April 23,
Feature article in the Burnaby Now
on screen" (November 8, 2008)
Food for the
Gods won 2nd place in the Audience Favorite Directorial Debut
Category at the Route
66 Film Festival in Springfield, Illinois on September 21, 2008.
Additionally, Yvette Lu and Danny Dorosh were featured on the cover of the
a publication of Illinois' State Journal Register, in a feature article about the festival.
- Feature article in the Burnaby
Newsleader newspaper: "Playing
Doctor" (June 13, 2008)
- Food for the
Gods aired on SHAW Multicultural Channel (Cable
Vancouver, BC) on May 25,
2008 as part of the FILMMAKERS
SHOWCASE, a co-project with
in celebration of Asian Heritage Month.
Food for the
Gods was selected to screen at the New Asia Film
Festival in Richmond, BC on May 24, 2008. Yvette Lu was present
as the film's representative and answered questions from the
- Servants of War was selected to
air as part of the Capilano College Film Centre Best of 2008 Showcase at
Granville 7 Cinemas, Vancouver BC, on April 23, 2008.