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FINALLY - the movie that's been 16 years in the making is ready to make its (early) preview to the world. "Seoul Searching" is an '80s teen comedy based on director Benson Lee's personal experience at a government summer camp in 1986 for Koreans around the world to learn about their heritage.  Directed by Benson Lee.  Starring Cha In-Pyo, Justin Chon, Jessika Van,  Heejun Han, , Esteban, & Teo Yoo.

Proof-of-concept based on a new feature screenplay. The pitch: a sci-fi reimagining of "Paradise Lost". After learning that the sun is dying, a group of explorers set out into deep space in search of a new home for humanity. 

Black Picket Fence. Documentary. Directed by the late Sergio Goes.  Best Score Award, Brooklyn International Film Festival 2001.

The Wedding Palace.  Directed by Christine Yoo. Starring Bobby Lee, Margaret Cho, Brian Tee, Steve Park, Kang Hye-jung, and Kelvin Yee.

Playback. Directed by Mike A. Nickles.  Starring Christian Slater, Johnny Pacar,  Ambyr Childers, & Toby Hemingway. When a group of high school students dig into their town's infamous past they unwittingly unlock an Evil that corrupts and destroys them. Possessing its victims through video playback and using them for malevolent purposes, it closes in on one specific soul, threatening to expose the town's deepest, darkest secret.

Planet B-Boy.  Directed by Benson Lee. With compelling characters and vibrant dance sequences, PLANET B-BOY is set in the International world of B-boying -- the urban dance more commonly known as "break dancing." Weaving between the vivid backdrops of Osaka, Paris, Seoul and Las Vegas, unforgettable images frame the intimate stories of dancers who struggle for their dreams despite being misunderstood by larger society and even their own families.

In The Tall Grass.  Documentary.  Directed by Coll Metcalfe.  A moving look into Rwanda's efforts to bring about healing and justice.

In the Tall Grass.  Directed by Coll Metcalfe.  Documentary.

American Zombie.  Mockumentary.  Directed by Grace Lee. Despite their wildly different working styles, Grace and John manage to chronicle the hopes and dreams of four fascinating subjects: IVAN, a convenience-store clerk who longs for a career in publishing; LISA, a florist trying to recover her lost memories; JUDY, a hopeless romantic who learns to accept her true nature; and JOEL (pronounced "Ho-El"), a committed political activist striving for zombie rights.

Divided Familes.  Documentary. Directed by Jason Ahn.  When the border was drawn between North and South Korea, hundreds and thousands of family members were left divided. During the Korean War (1950-1953) even more families were dislocated in the chaos of war.

The Grace Lee Project.  Directed by Grace Lee.  When Korean American filmmaker Grace Lee was growing up in Missouri, she was the only Grace Lee she knew. Once she left the Midwest however, everyone she met seemed to know "another Grace Lee." But why did they assume that all Grace Lees were reserved, dutiful, piano-playing overachievers?

Trailer for the short film "Mouthbreather" www.mouthbreathermovie.com Starring Emily C. Chang & Marc Valera A Pilsen Nation & Nifty Pics Film Directed by Gloria Calderon Kellett Written & produced by Emily C. Chang Produced by Angela C. Lee Co-produced by Rita Colimon Associate Producer: Meghan Malloy Production Manager: Pradeepa Jeevamanoharan

Crystal River. Directed by Brett Levner. Feature.  Starring Sean Patrick Flannery.

"I'm just trying to make you more perfect." - Mom From infancy, an Asian American woman learns the game of perfection - but if your goal is perfection, will the game ever end?

Perfection.  Directed by Karen Lin.  Starring Ming Na.

TNT Drama Short - Hardstarter. Starring Dennis Hopper.

TNT Drama Short - The Drop.  Starring James Remar.