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VIDEO LISTING

  • Demo reel: Video (approx 3 min)
    Clips from Yvette Lu's film and TV work.

  • Who Cares with Dr. Yvette Lu: Video (10 min)
    A webisode about helping caregivers find solutions to caregiving problems.

  • Gossipy Girls: Video (approx 3 min)
    A short film done for the Crazy Rich Asians online audition.

  • Ready: Video (approx 2 min)
    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.

  • Untold Stories of the ER: Video (approx 5 min)
    A single mom (Yvette Lu) must deal with her son's mysterious collapse and his admission to the hospital. Excerpt from Season 5, Ice Cold Mom.

  • CityTV's Breakfast Television: (each video approx 4 min)
    Dr. Lu speaks about various medical topics on this popular morning show.

    YouTube Playlist of medical videos. More videos also available on the blog.


    Selected videos:


  • Dr. Lu on The Weather Network (approx 1 min videos):

    Sunscreen and Sun Safety
    Seasonal Allergies and the Pollen Vortex

  • CBC News Network: Video (approx 3 min)
    Dr. Yvette Lu is interviewed by Ian Hanomansing of CBC News Now about Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's diagnosis of Acute Morning Sickness.

  • Food for the Gods: Full movie (10 min) | Trailer: YouTube | Facebook | IMDb
    A New World. A Lost Civilization. A Forbidden Passion. On a world light-years from Earth, a beautiful mystic warrior (Yvette Lu) must choose between her people's future and the life of an American astronaut with whom she is in love. Official Selection of the Route 66 Film Festival, Vancouver Asian Film Festival, New Asia Film Festival, and Shaw Multicultural Channel Filmmakers Showcase. 

  • Megami (Legacy for the Gods, Search for the Gods): Trailer 1 (3 min) | Trailer 2 (2 min)
    Two short film sequels to Food for the Gods. Star Wars meets Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

  • DSI: Disease Scene Investigation videos for Immunize BC (approx 6 min each)
    Index | How Immunization Works | Meningitis C | Hepatitis B
    Two teenagers investigate medical mysteries CSI style with the help of a nurse (Yvette Lu). Nurse enters at approximately two minutes into the videos. Educational videos on immunization.

  • In Session Comedy TV: trailer
    A therapist manages her eccentric clients, one of whom is Bridget (Yvette Lu), a rich, successful woman who has problems connecting emotionally with others. 

  • Disconnected: full movie 
    An interactive film about two sisters and the men they date online. Selected as part of the 2010 Vancouver Women in Film Festival. 

  • A Table for One: full movie (8 min 30 sec)
    Choices. Disappointment. Regret. Loneliness. A Table for One. Two years after breaking up with her longtime boyfriend, A young woman (Yvette Lu) is unable to let go of her past. Screened as part of the 2009 Shaw Multicultural Channel Filmmakers Showcase

  • Nobody's Sweetheart: Facebook (8 min)
    In a novel take on Film Noir, a lonely private investigator gets more than he bargained for at the local nightclub. Features Yvette Lu singing as "Musical Girl" (enters at approximately 4 minute mark of film). Created for the 72 hour film noir festival. 

  • Baby Donut: full movie (9 min)
    A young ESL teacher stumbles into an awkward situation with his sexy Japanese student, setting off a spiral of events that start him on a journey of self-discovery. Screened as part of the Shaw Multicultural Channel 2010 Filmmakers Showcase. Produced, written, and directed by Jonas Salzberg and Yvette Lu.   

  • The Lingerer: Trailer 1 (52 sec) | Trailer 2 (46 sec)
    How far would you go to make someone like you? A man pushes the boundaries to go after his new female co-worker.

  • Blood: Trailer (42 sec) 
    In the wake of a massive earthquake, not everyone will survive. Who gets to decide who will live?