Eric Kim, (Producer)
After graduating from The University of Chicago, Eric became the first Korean American agent in Hollywood. Eric worked for five years as a literary agent at a Hollywood talent & literary agency. Eric developed a stable of fifteen writers working in film and television.

Eric then formed EK Management to further his clients' growing needs. Under his guidance, Eric's clients have commenced projects at companies including Universal, Paramount, Columbia, New Line Cinema, Focus Features, Neal Moritz’s Original Films, Jodie Foster's Egg Pictures, Robert Zemeckis’ ImageMovers, and Wolfgang Petersen's Radiant Productions. Clients formerly managed by Eric include Justin Zackham (BUCKET LIST starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, and the upcoming WEDDING starring Amanda Seyfried, Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl and Robin Williams), Robert Pulcini & Shari Springer Berman (AMERICAN SPLENDOR – winner of the 2003 Sundance Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize and nominated for Academy Awards for Best Adapted Screenplay, THE NANNY DIARIES starring Scarlett Johansson, and the upcoming IMOGENE starring Kristen Wiig), and Matt Allen & Caleb Wilson (FOUR CHRISTMASES starring Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn and SOUL SURFER).

As a producer, Eric produced an independent comedy feature, GOING GREEK written & directed by Justin Zackham and UNDOING written & directed by Chris Chan Lee (YELLOW).

Eric is currently in development with a dramatic thriller set in Seoul, Korea.

Bradley Cramp (Producer/Writer)
As Vice President and Creative Director of Niccol Films Inc., the production company of Oscar-nominated writer/director Andrew Niccol, Bradley Cramp has overseen the development and production of such motion pictures as LORD OF WAR (starring Nicolas Cage), SIMONE (starring Al Pacino, Catherine Keener; released by New Line Cinema), THE TERMINAL (starring Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones; released by DreamWorks), THE TRUMAN SHOW (starring Jim Carrey; released by Paramount Pictures) and GATTACA (starring Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman; released by Columbia Pictures).

He served as Executive Producer on the feature film LORD OF WAR, a $50 million dollar international co-production shot on location in New York, South Africa, and the Czech Republic. Lions Gate Films released the movie domestically. Additionally, Bradley served as Executive Producer on the dark comedy SIMONE for New Line Cinema.

Bradley began his film and television career in 1995 working as an assistant to producer Charles Roven during the making of Terry Gilliam's 12 MONKEYS. He went on to become the Production Supervisor of GATTACA for Columbia Pictures and Jersey Films, working with Andrew Niccol on his feature film debut.

Bradley graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.F.A. from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where he majored in Film and Television Production.

Craig Gerber
Craig Gerber is executive producer, story editor and creator of the Annie Award-winning Disney Junior series "Sofia the First." He also wrote and co-executive produced the animated television movie "Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess, which launched the series. Gerber has also written for the Disney Fairies film franchise, including "The Pirate Fairy".

A graduate of the USC School of Cinema-Television, Gerber's career took off after he participated in a screenwriting showcase at the university that led to Walt Disney Studios/Wind Dancer Productions optioning the first script he had ever written. In addition, he has had other scripts set up at various studios.

Gerber is also an award-winning short film director whose comedic short "Hang Time," won Best Narrative Short at the Sonoma Valley Film Festival and Best Digital Short at the Sedona Film Festival in 2003.

Gerber currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two young children.

Chris Chan Lee (Writer/Director/Producer)
Chris completed his BA in Film Production at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Upon graduating, his feature script MISSION STREET, about a Korean immigrant who opens a store in San Francisco and falls in love with a Latino woman, brought attention to his work whereupon he found agent representation at the International Creative Management.

Finding it difficult to get his scripts made into films, Chris wrote his next screenplay YELLOW, a coming of age drama/comedy about a group of high school Asian American teens during their last night together before graduation, with the aim of producing the film independently. The film starred a young Asian American cast including John Cho, Lela Lee, Burt Bulos as well as screen veterans Soon Tek Oh and Amy Hill. It world premiered at the SF International Asian American Film Festival to three sell-out showings and went on to screen at Slamdance, Raindance, and over a dozen film festivals. YELLOW was picked up by Phaedra Cinema and released theatrically nationwide, including a five-week run in the Los Angeles area.

Chris then served a one-year contract direction English-language television for Channel 5 at MediaCorp Studios in Singapore. He directed many episodes of GROWING UP, a one hour drama in its fifth season, when the show experienced high ratings growth and was nominated for Best Drama at the Asian Television Awards. He also directed MOULMEIN HIGH, a half-hour teen high school drama and directed the pilot for new soccer comedy BALL SENSE. During this time, his feature script REVOLUTION OF ONE was optioned by Wong Kar Wai's JET TONE FILMS.

Chris was selected as a fellow twice for the Los Angeles Film Festival FAST TRACK Program, in 2003 and 2006. He was a fellow at the Tribeca Film Festival ALL ACCESS Program in 2004. In 2006, Chris's second feature film, UNDOING, a noir drama starring Sung Kang (FAST & FURIOUS TOKYO DRIFT, FAST FIVE), Kelly Hu (SCORPION KING), Russell Wong (VANISHING SON), and Tom Bower (CRAZY HEART), world premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival in the Dramatic Competition. From 2007 through 2008, it was released theatrically in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Boston.

Chris is currently attached to direct the comedy THE BIG FINISH.

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