About the team

Elizabeth Ai produces branded content for companies such as National Geographic, ESPN, and VICE. Additionally she produces independent features such as documentaries: DIRTY HANDS: THE ART & CRIMES OF DAVID CHOE (2008) and A WOMAN’S WORK: THE NFL’S CHEERLEADER PROBLEM (2019); as well as feature narratives, SAIGON ELECTRIC (2011) and BA (2024). During her tenure at VICE, she created a cannabis cooking show, BONG APPÉTIT (2014). She’s currently in post production with her feature directorial debut, NEW WAVE (2024). She and her films are supported by Berlinale, Center for Asian American Media, Cinereach, Film Independent, Firelight Media, Ford Foundation, and Sundance, and Tribeca.

Rachel Sine is a LA-based producer with experience across branded, digital, and non-fiction media. Past film credits include Justin Chon’s MS. PURPLE (2019) and Yu Gu’s A WOMAN’S WORK: THE NFL’S CHEERLEADER PROBLEM (2019). Currently, she is producing NEW WAVE, set to make its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival 2024. The project is supported by organizations such as Sundance Institute, Ford Foundation, and Cinereach. Outside of her work in film, Rachel dabbles in learning new languages like Urdu, Hindi, Russian, and JavaScript. She keeps the lights on by working as a Software Engineer at The Walt Disney Studios.

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