Analog Robot was set up by award-winning filmmaker Chen-Hsi Wong to make moving and inspired cinema. 

Chen-Hsi debuted her first feature film, ‘Innocents’ in 2012. Shot on a small budget with non-professional actors, the film premiered In Competition at the Rome International Film Festival, and went on to win several awards, including Best Director (Asian New Talents) at the Shanghai IFF. Chen-Hsi was named as one of the top 5 Singaporean filmmakers to watch in 2013.

Chen-Hsi's films have screened at many festivals and venues around the world, including the Directors Guild of America Los Angeles, Anthology Film Archives New York, and La Cinematheque Francaise in Paris. Her short films include the award-winning ‘Who Loves the Sun’ which premiered at Clermont-Ferrand, and the documentary 'Conversations on Sago Lane'.

She studied at Wesleyan University and received her MFA in Film Production from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts on a directing scholarship. After more than a decade overseas, she returned to her native Singapore and the South-East Asia she loves, where she directs commercials, teaches film directing and writing at a local university and makes films that peek into a mysterious world. She is an alumnus of the Berlin Talents, a Film Independent Los Angeles fellow, and a Co-Founder of the USC Women of Cinematic Arts (WCA).