Angie Wang is the writer-director of MDMA, an autobiographical ’80s crime drama starring Annie Q. and Francesca Eastwood, which is in theaters from September 14 through Shout! Factory. She was born in 1965 and holds a B.A. with a triple major in Economics, Political Science and Psychology from Rutgers University. She is a survivor of not only the 1980s, but also of Silicon Valley in the 1990s, where she became a successful entrepreneur after founding her own sales and recruiting firm there. Along the way, Wang also founded GROW, or Global Resiliency Outreach Work, which provides innovative programs to at-risk youth that foster emotional resiliency and broaden life perspective. She believes that film is the perfect medium to tell stories that entertain, inspire thought and shift perspective. She’s actively working on script for a thriller about a New York City cop with PTSD, and a number of other ideas she has for future projects.
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