Film and TV

Sándor’s Oregon Trail

Sándor walks 2,000 miles across America from Missouri to Oregon in the footsteps of the pioneers and moccasins of native people, dodging dysentery, rattlesnakes and high-velocity lead poisoning. TV series and book currently in development.

Sándor’s New Zealand Trail

Sándor Lau, the Eagle Scout and Fulbright Scholar your mother warned you about walks 500km across New Zealand. Along the way he discovers how much a toothbrush handle weighs, why we spend our lives walking backwards and the true distance to home. Originally released in New Zealand as Behaviors (Behaviours) of the Backpacker. Now available on Amazon.

Squeegee Bandit

Starfish is a Maori man who survives by washing car windows at intersections on the mean streets of South Auckland, New Zealand. He’s a born hustler with an extreme personality-magnetic charisma, infectious humour, and a vicious temper.

Squeegee Bandit follows Starfish’s struggles through nine months, three cars, two women, thirty residences, three weeks of homelessness, a hundred run-ins with the cops, one court date, a kilo of marijuana, a closet full of skeletons, finding God and the Zen of window washing. Now available on Amazon. Squeegee Bandit was an official selection over 20 international film festivals and nominee for best digital feature and best editing, Air NZ Screen Awards (NZ Oscars).

Sándor’s Wild Kitchen

Sándor fishes and forages, hunts and harvests his way around the world on a quest for the best food money can’t buy. In development.

Asia Down Under

After finishing film school, Sándor went to work as a reporter at weekly magazine-style show Asia Down Under on Television New Zealand (TVNZ). There, he covered the secret lives of immigrant taxi drivers, mixed-race Asians, and Asian men and their beards.