(Director/Writer/Producer) Anna Sang Park is a multifaceted filmmaker. Born in South Korea, she grew up in Seoul, then Philadelphia. She is the writer and director of THE CHO STORIES, an award winning, short film trilogy about a Korean immigrant family told in chapter format. THE CHO STORIES received the Audience Award for Short Film at 2021 Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival and one of the shorts from the same trilogy, APPA APPA APPA, won Honorable Mention at 2021 Bushwick Film Festival, the Best Short Film over 10 mins 2021 Peekskill Film Festival and has been in many other festivals. Anna directed and produced 9 short documentaries for Theatre Communications Group - TCG’s LEGACY LEADERS OF COLOR VIDEO PROJECT (LLCVP) highlighting groundbreaking theatre directors of color who fundamentally functioned as civil rights leaders. She directed for TLC's SAY YES TO THE DRESS for 5 seasons, as well as the spin off shows. Anna also directed for BRIC TV's 2 short doc series. She produced the narrative feature film, WALLABOUT, that won Best Film at the Bushwick Film Festival and Best Personal Narrative Film at the Manhattan Film Festival. Anna was the development producer on the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning doc THE LOVING STORY. She has an MFA in Directing from Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, Brooklyn College and a BFA in Film from Emerson College. Anna is a member of the Film Fatales, Alliance of Women Directors, Brown Girls Doc Mafia, NYC Women. She speaks Korean fluently.
(Director/Writer/Producer) Eric McGinty is half French/half American and the writer and director of the award winning feature film Wallabout. He has also directed short films, including The Mitten, starring Vivian Bang. Previously, Eric worked extensively as a first assistant director, often collaborating with French directors, including Luc Besson (Léon: The Professional), Cedric Klapisch, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Rachid Bouchareb, and the American Sundance Grand Jury prizewinner Jonathan Nossiter (Sunday). Eric began his career working in theatre and dance in Paris as an actor and stage manager. He grew up in Paris and Washington, D.C., attended the American School of Paris and the Sorbonne, and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where he concentrated his studies in film and literature. He is currently working on his second feature film - STOCKADE.
(Producer/Editor) Adam Vazquez is an award-winning filmmaker & content creator with a history of diverse high-profile projects across NYC. He co-created and co-produced the documentary series "Other Boys NYC", which is about the lives of fifty queer and trans men of color living in New York City. The series has received much buzz and it has been written about in NBC News, Vice, and Time Out NYC. He was an Associate Producer and Casting Director for the short film Luz Marina, which premiered at the 2019 HBO's New York Latino Film Festival. He wrote, directed, and produced the award-winning short film “Keep Me Safe”, featured in the Katra Film Series, Videology Local Filmmaker Showcase “Select Shorts”, and the Fall 2014 Series at NewFilmmakers NY. He produced the short film trilogy The Cho Stories which had its World Premiere at the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival 2021 and it received the VTeddy Audience Award for Best Short Film. The third film in the trilogy "Appa Appa Appa" won Best Short Over 10 Mins at The Peekskill Film Festival 2021 and won the Best Short Honorable Mention Award at the 2021 Bushwick Film Festival which took place at the Regal Cinema in Downtown Brooklyn. Currently, he is an Editor for GLAAD, which is rewriting the script for LGBTQ+ acceptance in the media. Adam has a BFA in Film from School of Visual Arts.