Stanley Ng

Stanley Ng

Dialogue Editor, Sound Editor and Sound Mixer

San Jose, California

Member Since:
November 2015
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About Stanley

I have worked as a sound mixer and boom operator on microbudget short films, both narrative and documentary. I have also edited sound (dialog edit, ADR, foley and final mix) for several short films. Before focusing on sound, I also worked in grip & electric and camera department roles.


  • Ghost in the Gun

    Ghost in the Gun (2016)
    Film (short) by Andrew Chen (Western) Sound department A man left for dead in the desert comes across a possessed gun and transforms into a gunslinger bent on avenging his wife's murder. Unbeknownst to him, the gun has a vendetta of its own.

  • Roy Murphy: Private Eye

    Roy Murphy: Private Eye (2015)
    Film by Sheryl Stark (Crime) Sound department, Camera and Electrical Department, Actor Vanishing millionaires and murder lead to ominous international intrigue in 1941 San Francisco. Join Murph, Mac and Kitten as they uncover clues that all point to the nefarious Oswald Pope. Capra-esque characters and Film Noir elements blend in this re-imagination of classic 1940's detective films. Written by Brian P. Clarke

  • Next

    Next (2015)
    Television (Drama) Sound department At a retreat for Connext, a new tech startup led by women, the Startup Whisperer requires employees to give up all smart phones, tablets, and laptops, and they quickly discover the absence of gadgets is only the beginning of their problems. Written by Anne Hallinan

  • The Poisoned Cup

    The Poisoned Cup (2015)
    Film (short) by Mark Keavney (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An original Shakespearean-style story of intrigue, love, and betrayal.

  • Cosmic Café Show

    Cosmic Café Show (2014 - 2015)
    Television (Talk-Show) Director The Cosmic Cafe Show, where the paranormal is normal. We talk with leading experts about a variety of Paranormal Topics including: UFO sightings, Aliens, Abductions, Possessions, Big Foot, Hauntings and many other related paranormal topics! On our Daily Specials board, today we are serving up... Tune In To Find Out... Written by Eric David Brown

  • As Seen on TV!

    As Seen on TV! (2015)
    Film (short) by Joe Sikoryak (Drama) Sound department Danny is a lonely, middle-aged toy collector, deeply unsatisfied with his life. A childhood memory triggers a search for a long-lost favorite toy, which he believes will bring him happiness. But he discovers something more.

  • From Our Mothers' Tongues

    From Our Mothers' Tongues (2014)
    Film by Danielle Fairbairn (Documentary, Biography and History) Sound department, Camera and Electrical Department Phan Lam is 97 years old, and the Tang family matriarch. She is known to her family simply as Amah, the name given to a grandmother in her native Chinese dialect, Chiu Chau. From Our Mothers Tongues explores the space that exists between the family members, a space that is sometimes shared and other times divided. Over a 70 year period, they survived two civil wars, two unpredictable boat rides, unsympathetic state police, and overwhelming cultural challenges. Each family member had their own experiences and holds on to distinct memories, which inform the life they lead today. As the younger generation comes of age and have children of their own, they make choices about the languages and culture they choose to pass on or leave behind.

  • Sasquatch 7

    Sasquatch 7 (2014)
    Television (Comedy) Sound department In 1953, The Collins Family was attacked in Northern California. Herbert Collins was torn limb from limb by a large beast. His wife Jimmie and son Nicky have been searching 53 years for his killer - with no success. Their plan: Assemble a team of internationally renowned experts to hunt down and revenge Herbert's death. Written by Producers

  • Prinsesa

    Prinsesa (2014)
    Film (short) by Drew Stephens (Drama, Family and Fantasy) Sound department, Camera and Electrical Department A young father is confronted by his buddies when his young son daydreams of becoming the princess in a Philippine fairy tale. What does the father do? How should he react? Should he 'straighten out' the boy to save face and prove his own masculinity to his pals? Or is this the moment that he must choose his kids over his longtime pals? Written by Anonymous

  • Mama Tang

    Mama Tang (2014)
    Film (short) by Cathy Tang (Drama and Family) Sound department An aging woman moves from China to San Francisco to live with her son and daughter-in-law. Unable to speak English, she struggles to find a place in her son's new life.

  • The Ten Plagues

    The Ten Plagues (2014)
    Film (short) by Serena Shulman (Comedy and Romance) Sound department As Shayna journeys from Brooklyn to the Upper East Side for her family's Passover Seder, she encounters the Ten Plagues. As the modern-day Plagues descend upon her, Shayna grapples with ambivalence about going to the Passover Seder. Her overbearing family will be there, as will the maddeningly perfect and delightfully evil cousin Blair. It's a world where she feels out of place and disconnected from Jewish traditions. Her only hope is that the arrestingly handsome Judd will be there. However, increasingly, she feels the pressure to conform to her family's high expectations. A comedy of belonging and identity, The Ten Plagues is a short film about the real plagues that hold us back... or set us free. Written by Anonymous

  • The Florida Purse

    The Florida Purse (2014)
    Film (short) by Rowan Brooks (Comedy, Drama and Musical) Camera and Electrical Department Midwestern values get put to the test when a local gift store owning couple find out that they are being routinely robbed, but cannot catch the thief. Exhausted by efforts to find a culprit, Ruth Timble starts to question her own sanity, while her skeptical husband Lloyd threatens to call the doctors on her. As the truth emerges 26 years later, Ruth and Lloyd rediscover what is ultimately important to hold on to. Written by Anonymous

  • Fresh Souls

    Fresh Souls (2014)
    Film (short) by Wes Fisher (Action, Drama and War) Camera and Electrical Department In a future where an ongoing war requires an endless supply of soldiers, a group of pre-teens go through army boot camp, while navigating the morality of what they are training to become.

  • Make It Go Away

    Make It Go Away (2014)
    Film (short) by Scotty Cornfield (Sci-Fi and Thriller) Sound department In an homage to the Twilight Zone, we shot 'Make It Go Away' in black and white and gave it a classic 60's television 4 x 3 aspect ratio. Log line: How can you erase the sins of the past? A promising political future hangs in the balance for a man who is lured to a mysterious office by the promise that, for a fee, his dark secret can evaporate.

  • Waiting Room

    Waiting Room (2013)
    Film (short) by Kira Trinity (Comedy and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department Elijah was a good guy, but now he's dead. Luckily, sassy Jesus got his back. A deeply profound and comical conversation ensues.

  • Magic Camera

    Magic Camera (2013)
    Film (short) by Michael Winokur (Mystery and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department At a time when every phone takes pictures the magic of photography is kind of lost, but there is one camera that is actually magical. It connects people's past and present lives so they can find those they truly love. This 10-minutes narrative short tells the story of the magic camera as it plays cupid for Eddie and Fannie in present-day San Francisco. Written by Anonymous

  • An Interview with Esther Morfeen

    An Interview with Esther Morfeen (2013)
    Film (short) by Adrian Paoletti (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Esther Morfeen, a legend in her own mind, is a narcissistic, narcoleptic former movie queen. She turns up as a replacement guest on the daytime show of an unsuspecting host.

  • Priority Mail

    Priority Mail (2013)
    Film (short) by Jil Love (Drama, Fantasy and Thriller) Actor Story of a man on the down and out. When he receives a special delivery, he has a choice to make.

  • Don't Forget the Staples!

    Don't Forget the Staples! (2012)
    Film (short) by Sergey Berezin (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department An ambitious director is having difficulties on his movie set. The situation quickly spins out of control. Will he be able to survive the madness?

  • Rosie and Wickens

    Rosie and Wickens (2012)
    Film (short) by Aida Daay (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Rosie and Wickens is a comedy about an office intrigue involving pink post-it notes.

  • The Night Before Christmas

    The Night Before Christmas (2012)
    Film (short) by D.C. Kasundra (Crime and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department On the night before Christmas, a desperate man will go to desperate measures.

  • Occupied

    Occupied (2011)
    Film by Mollie Binkley (Thriller) Sound department A psychological thriller isolated in the redwoods above Silicon Valley. When free spirit Sarah, 21, goes to babysit her young cousin, it becomes apparent that the dangers that lurk outside the cabin pale in comparison to the perils inside. Triggered by unwelcome visitors, a psychotic break shatters the weekend. Written by Anonymous

  • Viewer Discretion Advised (Tape 96)

    Viewer Discretion Advised (Tape 96) (2011)
    Film (short) by Drew Stephens (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department It's another date night for Jerry and Vince, but Vince is ready to take their relationship to a new level. On this night, however, he discovers that Jerry's past problems with a former addiction have resurfaced. Tonight Vince must decide if he will continue to try to salvage the relationship, or recognize that perhaps his love alone will never be enough for Jerry. Written by Anonymous

  • The Magic Man

    The Magic Man (2011)
    Film (short) by D.C. Kasundra (Drama, Romance and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Hoping to secure fame and fortune, a struggling vaudeville magician turns to the dark arts. But the power unleashed could cost him the one thing he truly loves. 'The Magic Man' blends the artistry of black and white silent films of the 1920s with beautifully rendered visual effects to create a unique 3D experience. Written by Anonymous

  • Damage

    Damage (2011)
    Film (short) by Christopher McGilvray (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A business woman opts out of a planned trip only to trigger a crisis she is ill-prepared to face.

  • Macaroni and Lutes

    Macaroni and Lutes (2011)
    Film (short) by Heather Morrison (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Ketheron's Bucket-Mending & Hymen Emporium

    Ketheron's Bucket-Mending & Hymen Emporium (2011)
    Film (short) by Anton H. Gill (Comedy, Musical and Western) Camera and Electrical Department A woman commits a tryst on the eve of her wedding night and in desperation, turns to a lesbian charlatan for hymen help in an over-the-top period musical comedy.

  • Alone Forever

    Alone Forever (2010)
    Film by Alexa Fraser-Herron (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Oliver can't help but wonder if his new tattoo is the cause of his recent spate of romantic bad luck. Gay and single in San Francisco, he spends a lot of time out and about meeting other like individuals. As he fails repeatedly to connect with any eligible bachelors and it seems that the pickings are getting slimmer and slimmer, he becomes more and more distraught over what could be the true meaning and power of his tattoo and whether it has doomed him to be alone forever. Written by Alexa Fraser-Herron

  • Destiny's Lance

    Destiny's Lance (2010)
    Film (short) by D.C. Kasundra (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A brilliant graduate student uncovers secrets surrounding the legendary Spear of Destiny and brings danger to everyone around him.

  • Ricky Gets Rejected

    Ricky Gets Rejected (2010)
    Film (short) by Maria Mealla (Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Ricky and Christina have been in love for many years. Christina wants to get married. Ricky doesn't. At least not until he loses her. Finding himself without Christina, Ricky embarks on a mission to get her back. With each attempt more outrageous than the last, we inevitably root for Ricky, as he learns what it's like to get rejected. Written by Anonymous

  • This Is Hamlet

    This Is Hamlet (2010)
    Video by Greg Watkins (Documentary, Comedy, Drama and History) Miscellaneous Crew This Is Hamlet is a feature-length introduction to the world of Shakespeare's great tragedy, Hamlet, using 'Larry King' style interviews with the characters in character and an 'on the scene' reporter for updates in the wings as the play progresses. Funny, informative, entertaining. You'll understand Hamlet as you never have before. Written by Anonymous

  • Charity

    Charity (2010)
    Film (short) by Erin Kane (Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department A drama about a teenage drug addict whose family spirals downward when they try to get her off the streets.

  • After August

    After August (2009)
    Film (short) by Alejandro Morales (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department August and Mary Jo entertain the idea of rekindling their love story. The story takes us through their most wonderful memories and most hurtful fights as they determine if their romance is worth another shot. Written by Anonymous

  • Cult Fiction

    Cult Fiction (2009)
    Film (short) by D.C. Kasundra (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Joey can't seem to kill himself so he joins a suicide cult, but after meeting the girl of his dreams, he finds a new passion for life.

  • Smash Grab Therapy

    Smash Grab Therapy (2009)
    Film (short) by Andre Lomov (Action and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Jack is a Police Officer with a stressful job and a very odd way coping: he robs liquor stores. He never takes the money, and does it purely for the thrill, ordering up odd items from the puzzled clerks. This therapeutic activity soon turns into an addiction, and to help him get away on his next job, he recruits Kim - a young woman with a passion for cars a dreadful driving record. Jack pulls some strings to help her keep her license and now she owes him. The owners of Jack's next target are styling but deadly Eastern European mobsters, and after the job is done, there is no getting away. The resulting events take Jack in a new direction. Written by Anonymous

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