KAFFNY is now promoting long-form works-in-progress supported under its new Incubator Lab program. Leveraging its networks while instilling a community mentality, KAFFNY seeks to enable the realization to fruition of typically under-marketed projects, offering administrative, technical, and creative support to up-and-coming filmmakers.
PICTURED, LEFT TO RIGHT:
CHUNG TSANG, PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR
ELIZABETH HAN, TREASURER
JULES SUO, INCUBATOR LAB
JENNIFER SUHR, INCUBATOR LAB
DAVE KIM, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
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Currently supporting projects by:
JULES SUO — DOSI (feature, post-production)
Jules Suo is a writer/director based out of New York City. She is a graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology, she attended New York University for film and The New School for screenwriting. Her short film 528NY is a short prequel to Dosi which has screened at film festivals around the country. She is currently in post production for her first feature film titled Dosi.
JENNIFER CHO SUHR — YOU & ME BOTH (FEATURE, DEVELOPMENT) starring Constance Wu
Jennifer Cho Suhr is a New York-based writer/director developing her first feature, You and Me Both, which has been supported by the Tribeca Film Institute, NALIP, Film Independent, KAFFNY, and Kickstart Diversity/Big Vision Empty Wallet. She was selected to be a part of OneFifty, Time Warner's content incubator for up and coming storytellers and is currently co-creating an animated short for Frederator and Sony Animation. Her feature script, Out There, was on NYU's Purple List, a shortlist of the best screenplays written by NYU students and alums. Previously, Jennifer created a web series for Subway and My Damn Channel (IFC at SXSW) and co-created the acclaimed web series American Viral starring Michael Showalter for Thundershorts.com. Jennifer received her BA from Yale University in American Studies and Ethnicity, Race & Migration and her MFA from New York University's Graduate Film Program where she was awarded the Tisch Fellowship, the Spike Lee Film Production Grant, and the Clive Davis Award.
ERIC RHEE — DISCOVERING GOCHUJANG (DIGITAL SERIES, PRODUCTION)
Eric Rhee is a food and travel TV producer based out of New York City. He has produced the PBS TV series "Spain... on the road Again" starring Mario Batali, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Bittman, and Claudia Bassols. He is the Executive Producer and Producer of a PBS TV series about Korean food and culture called "Kimchi Chronicles" featuring Marja Vongerichten and her husband, Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Kimchi Chronicles was the first nationally aired cooking show about Korean food.
He is also the founder of Umlicious, an e-commerce website that curates Asian inspired products and content. He received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Industrial Engineering & Operations Research from Columbia University. He is involved with the Columbia Alumni Association as well as the Asian Columbia Alumni Association.