- Founder / Director, producer, and editor -
Miao Wang is a New York-based filmmaker. Her award-winning documentary features Maineland and Beijing Taxi, and short Yellow Ox Mountain have screened at over 100 international festivals and institutions such as SXSW and the Guggenheim Museum, with US theatrical release, broadcast nation-wide, and digitally released globally on multiple platforms. She directed Made by China in America, a documentary short in Morgan Spurlock's acclaimed We the Economy series. She also direct, produce, and edit award-winning branded content and shorts for agencies and clients such as Ogilvy, DuPont, Philips, Microsoft Design, and Vice Media. Wang is a recipient of grants and fellowship from the Sundance Institute, the Jerome Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, the Tribeca Film Institute, Tribeca All Access, IFP Filmmaker's Lab, Independent Film Week, Women Make Movies, and the Flaherty Film Seminar. Her second feature Maineland recently took home the Special Jury Award at SXSW and the Independent Film Festival of Boston, and an Audience Choice Award at the New Hampshire Film Festival. In collaboration with Abramorama, it is beginning a nation-wide theatrical rollout with a one-week run in NYC, followed by a VOD release on Amazon in late 2018.
- Producer -
Robert is a New York-based filmmaker. He has been a producer on award-winning feature films that have premiered at Sundance and SXSW including Advantageous (Sundance 2015 Jury Prize Winner), Beijing Taxi (SXSW 2010), Half-Life (Sundance 2008), and Nae-boo-soon-hwan-seon “Inner Circle Line” (SXSW 2006 Jury Prize Winner) as well as Made By China in America (2014), a documentary short in Morgan Spurlock's acclaimed We the Economy series. He also has experience as a board director, venture capital investor, and executive. He is a graduate of the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, University of Chicago, and the Yale School of Management.