Post Office

Directed by Courtney Loo and David Karp

When a Chinese-American mother and her children come upon a seemingly abandoned little girl, their attempts to help have unforeseen consequences.


Credits

Directors | Courtney Loo & David Karp

Writer | Courtney Loo

Cinematography | Max Erickson

Producers | McCray Sutherlin, David Karp, and Courtney Loo

Executive Producers | Naomi Pinkus, Thrice Cooked, Muddy Water, and Eliot Greene

Cast | Julie Zhan, Naomi Shih, Ari Shih, Xiaowan Jin, Lei Zhang, Paris Peterson, Al Burke, Frank Mercuri, Gloria Tsai, David Karp, and Elle Dyner

Music Supervisor | Josh Feschbach

Score | Doc Daniel

Customer Designer | Donna Wingshee

Production Designers | Anita Wong and Paris Peterson

Art Assistant | Lucia Sawh

Colorist | Kath Raisch

Sound Mixer | Tom Paolantonio

1st Assitant Camera | Aaron Cheung

2nd Assistant Camera | Sophia Harbo

Gaffer | Justin Moore

Sound Operator | Nico Pierce

VFX | Adam Greenberg

Titles | Andrew Hutchings

Music | "Coconut Oil" and "We Don't Funk" by Kirby

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