Mailing List

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Sponsors

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Writers

UnfinishedWorks@film-lab.org

Actors

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Industry Professionals

IndustrySpotlight@film-lab.org

Shootout

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Justin Woo

Justin is a Chinese-American writer, filmmaker, Steadicam owner/operator, audio engineer, and DJ, born and raised in New Jersey. His film “Workplace” (dir. Cary Patrick Martin) placed in the top ten of the 2019 72 Hour Shootout. Throughout the pandemic, he worked as a shooter/editor for NJ Spotlight News, covering COVID, BLM protests, and everything in between. […]

Andy Lee

Andy Lee recently graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Film and BA in Global Studies. She is passionate about film and the arts and empowering underrepresented communities in this industry. Andy is excited to be able to pursue both passions as the Unfinished Works coordinator! Andy also loves to paint, play piano, and […]

Luana Sandoval

Luana Sandoval is from Germany.  She is an actor and enjoys handling and coordinating the Film Lab’s social media.  Her special focus is Instagram.

Constance Allison

Constance Allison is a nurse and enjoys luaus.  She loves theatre and tv and is a loyal volunteer for SAG-AFTRA.  She is also the very proud grandma to two amazing grandchildren.  She is a caretaker of the land and is grateful for Mother Nature.  Aloha ‘Aina.

Georges Bridges

Georges Bridges volunteers for the Film Lab as a check in person and as the secretarial assistant – community outreach liaison.  During the day, he works as a building concierge and doorman.  Georges is also a model and has appeared in several fashion shows.  He is delighted to appear as Film Lab’s spokesperson and representative for […]

Cheryl L. Davis

Cheryl L. Davis, in-house counsel for the Author’s Guild, is a multi-talented woman, having received a WGA Award and a Daytime Emmy nomination for her work on As the World Turns. She writes for Law & Order: SVU and received the Kleban Award (as a librettist) for her musical “Barnstormer,” about Bessie Coleman, the first Black woman […]

72 Hour Shootout Coordinator

The 72 Hour Shootout is one of Film Lab’s best known events, consisting of a filmmaking competition in which diversity and parity take center stage. Filmmakers compete for network screen tests and mentorships, among other things. The 72 Hour Shootout Coordinator position is a rotating one, attracting filmmakers, editors and actors. To apply, email your […]