Ronnie Wu


Born and raised in Shanghai, Ronnie is a full-time member of the Daedalum Films team. She earned a BA degree from Shanghai International Studies University, majoring in Chinese Language Instruction. She speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese, Shanghai dialect and English. Ronnie has travelled extensively, both within China and abroad, visiting numerous countries in North and South America, as well as Europe.

Ronnie worked on the ICS production Shanghai Rush, as well as all three seasons of The Amazing Race: China Rush. Ronnie also has commercial experience with RUFF, a Chinese MMA program and a documentary focusing on Chinese fans of the band Linkin Park. She has translated subtitles for several foreign films released in China, including the Macedonian film Mirage and the French film13m2. She has experience working on Daedalum Films productions for clients including Apple, Bader TV, Cappa Presse, Dunhill, ExxonMobil, Ford, General Motors, Li-Ning, Skype, Split Works, Vice, and Weber Shandwick. In late 2012 she was part of the team running around China filming the documentary From Wrexham to Wuhan, commissioned by the British Council and currently screening in art and music festivals around the world. Ronnie recently ran the production office for the Daedalum Films production of this year's Danish film entry to the Venice Biennale, directed by Jesper Just.