Documentary Media Kit

Available now on Amazon Prime and Vimeo On Demand

Title:   Feisworld    

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Feisworld (documentary series) is a series of shorts that shows how the drive to succeed is not bound by borders, race, business type, location or even style. 

Executive Producer: Fei Wu

Producer: Fei Wu, Dan Cooper 

Director: Ed Gregory, Dan Cooper

Director of Photography: Ed Gregory

Film and Sound Editor: German Ceballos                   

Genre: Episodic Docuseries (People/Culture) 

TRT: 1 hr 6 mins (5 episodes, 10-14 mins per episode) 

Primary locations: Los Angeles, New York, Seattle (USA)



To deliver a compelling series of shorts that demonstrate the challenging transitions people are required to go through to succeed in the modern-day world. Whether it’s having the bravery to go it alone as a minority in a new culture, the motivation to create a new work style and help others find their voice, or the compassion to tackle delicate social challenges, it’s 2019, anything is possible but nothing is guaranteed. 

Fei explores out how and why in 15 minutes or less. 



The stories we show will act as inspiration to people facing any kind of challenge and validate those who are already on the road to a positive change and living life on their own terms.


The Team

We have brought together a Chinese female interviewer, an English Producer and Director partnership and an Argentinian editor, each passionate about telling the stories of over 10 incredible people from around the world.  In doing so we will create a multicultural, cross platform work relevant to anyone who is attempting to achieve a positive change. 

More on Feisworld Documentary Production (core team)



The docuseries content will be released as web-series on, and available for news sharing outlets. In the future we may also repurpose and expand the content beyond web series into a long form docuseries for festival consideration. 

Episode 1: Social Service

Fei Wu interviews Mick Ebeling and Bisila Bokoko

Synopsis: Nothing is impossible forever. Mick talks about his new project to help the hearing impaired experience music. The same device had a new breakthrough with patients with Parkinson’s.

Episode 2: Crossing Borders

Fei Wu interviews Bisila Bokoko and Sarah Cooper

Synopsis: Bisila’s name was made fun of every school year while growing up, but it’s now the name of her international brand. Sarah is a comedian who is inspired by her two sisters with disabilities.

Episode 3: Mindset

Fei Wu interviews Chris Voss, Barry Alexander and Cosmo Buono

Barry and Cosmo talk about their approach to help artists of any age sustain and thrive in their careers. Chris teaches us how hostage negotiation can help you in everyday life.

Episode 4. Pay It Forward

Fei Wu interviews Seth Godin and Dorie Clark

Seth Godin believes in emotional labor, and voluntarily show up in places where the work is emotionally hard. Dorie Clark explains why we should embrace our diversity and differences.

Episode 5. Live Your Work

Fei Wu interviews Andi, Kevin and Gasya Atherton

Andi, Kevin and Gasya Atherton are a family of acrobats performing in Cirque du Soleil. Two of them now in their 40s and raising three young children, how do they balance family and circus life?


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Get in touch with Fei Wu (creator and producer) for more questions

alternatively, you may also send an email to feisworld(at)gmail(dot)com