Kane Diep (Director), is currently writing, directing, and editing content for BuzzFeed. You can follow his work at youtube.com/ShutUpAndUnicorn. His work has been sponsored by companies like Canon, Tamagotchi, and YouTube Space LA. He has collaborated with many successful new media talents such as David So, Wongfu Productions, Just Kidding Films, Poreotics, AJ Rafael, and more.
Kane has developed a wide variety of sketches, pilots, and television specs while studying at Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade, and iO West. He is currently living in Los Angeles writing and directing for several online networks and developing his first narrative feature film.
Julie Zhan is an actor, dancer, host, and producer. Recently, you may have seen her on Pretty Little Liars, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Growing Up Fisher, in Bastille’s “Pompeii” music video, as the Photobooth icon on your Mac, or smashing cellos with P Diddy. Zhan was also cast as one of twelve actors in the highly selective ABC Talent Showcase, spearheaded by Executive VP of ABC Casting, Keli Lee. Zhan tours universities speaking and performing, and also hosts an international television show on The QYOU, a television channel headed by the founders of MTV, Fox News, and the President of Digital Media at Lionsgate. In the new media realm, Zhan’s dancing and choreography has been recognized by Justin Bieber and Jon M. Chu, and she has been garnering attention for her comedic and dramatic performances in original works on ShutUpAndDance, collaborating with Kane Diep, Wong Fu Productions, Just Kidding Films, David So, David Choi, AJ Rafael, Poreotics, and more. Furthermore, she has danced in a Daniel “Cloud” Campos film featuring Danny DeVito which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, and worked with The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers (The LXD) on projects for Glee, So You Think You Can Dance, and internationally. You can see Zhan in the feature film Comfort, premiering in 2016.
You can see Zhan in the feature film Comfort, premiering in 2016.
Rommel Andaya (Lead Editor) currently directs short films and music videos through his production company ROMIX. He has been recognized for achievements by the San Diego 48 Hour Film Project, the 72 Hour Film Shootout and Asians on Film Festival with official selections at the Philadelphia Asian Film Festival and the San Diego Asian Film Festival. He had previously assisted with video production needs for (the non-profit global platform) Kollaboration and the Pacific Arts Movement (San Diego Asian Film Festival). He currently works as one of the Video Production leads at International Secret Agents (co-founded by Wong Fu Productions and Far East Movement).
While residing in Los Angeles, Rommel continues to collaborate with fellow filmmakers, artists and talent. He occasionally assists Kane (Director) and Julie (Producer) with their filming needs for their YouTube channel. His future plans are to start a web series and begin the process towards a narrative feature.
..and maybe, finally make his Back to the Future fan film.