INCUBATOR 

LOCKSMITHS

Director: James Kwon Lee

Two robbers unknowingly break into the home of a murderer. Their encounter leads to a series of disturbing events that culminate in the heart-rending and shocking reveal of the killer's motive.

James Kwon Lee is an LA-based writer-director who was born in England, lived in South Korea, and moved around the US, residing in a total of 11 different cities across three continents.  He graduated Duke University with a degree in biology, and has a publication for his work in filming microscopic images of mitochondria in fibroblast cells.  Realizing that filmmaking combines his passion for technological innovation and humanistic storytelling, he attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts for an MFA. There, he won the Thomas B. Bush Award for excellence in Cinematography and the Entertainment Partners Award for excellence in Producing. While attending school, he interned at Blumhouse Productions and Partizan. He now works as a development producer at Propagate Content.  He has since directed award winning shorts, commercials, and special projects, including an action previs sequence for an upcoming film that stars Kevin Hart and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.