Talent Guide

Chloe Hung

  • Discipline:Director, Writer
  • Program Year:Screenwriting Lab 2023


Chloé Hung is a Chinese-Canadian playwright, TV writer, and screenwriter. In TV, she has written on Queen Sugar (OWN Network), Cherish the Day (OWN Network), The Watchful Eye (Freeform), and has developed for Netflix. In film, Chloé has been a Blacklist screenwriters lab fellow and Women In Film Production program fellow as writer/director of the short film Signal. Her latest short film which she wrote and directed, Gem & Shaz, was produced in association with the Harold Greenberg Fund and Bell Media, and will premiere on the Canadian streaming service Crave. Chloé’s plays include All Our Yesterdays (Toronto Fringe Festival, Next Stage Theatre Festival), Issei, He Say (New Jersey Repertory Company World Premiere, The Kennedy Center/NNPN MFA workshop), Three Women of Swatow (Tarragon Theatre World Premiere, RBC Emerging Playwrights Award, CBC’s PlayMe Podcast), Model Minority (AyeDefy Reading Series, Banff Playwrights Lab, Moving Arts MADlab), Alien of Extraordinary Ability (Geffen Theatre’s Writers Room). Her plays have been workshopped in Toronto, New York, Washington DC, Banff, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. www.chloehung.com

Current Project

Gem & Shaz


In this coming-of-age story, two Asian-Canadian best friends struggle with their strict households to find their independence as one begins an unlikely romance and the other discovers a new artistic passion. As their paths diverge, their friendship will be put to the test.