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Alan CHU

Isaac HO

Rebecca Hu
Rebecca Hu
  Executive Producer Peter C. Godwin
  Co-Producer Lee Rudnicki
  Director of Photography Keiko Nakahara
  Director Editor Liam Stephens
  Production Design Brandon Strawn
  Costume Design Karyn Wagner
  VFX Supervisor Diana Huang




Alan Chu has been a freelance director/producer for over a decade. His directing credits include “1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position” starring Amanda Plummer as well as the the highly rated “Miss Chinese Cosmos Pageant Gala 2007” for HK based Phoenix TV. His producing credits include the position of associate producer for Warner Bros.’ “The Art of War” starring Wesley Snipes, Viacom’s pilot “The Disciples” starring Eva Mendes and two upcoming independent films entitled “Dark Woods” starring James Russo and “Cleaver’s Destiny.”

Alan Chu’s additional film credits include Unit Production Manager for the Canada/China six-part documentary “East Meets West On The Silk Road” and the independent film “Topa Topa Bluffs” starring Mickey Rooney. He also acted as the consultant for the highly-rated Warner Bros./TNT pilot and series “Witchblade.”

From 2003-08, Alan Chu took a break from producing and was the Director of Operations for the Visual Effects Society. Prior to independent film producing, Chu was a development executive for Academy Award® winning writer/director Oliver Stone’s Ixtlan Productions for seven years. During his tenure, Chu worked on blockbuster films including “JFK”, “Nixon”, “The People vs Larry Flynt”, “Natural Born Killers”, “The Joy Luck Club” “Heaven and Earth”, “U-Turn” and “The Corruptor.”

Alan Chu was born in Paris, France but was quickly uprooted into another French speaking part of the world; Montreal, where he spent his childhood and teenage years working in the family owned Chinese cinema business. He presently serves as an official board member of Coalition of Asian Pacific in Entertainment and is a certified hapkido martial arts instructor.


Isaac's life is the story of aspirations unfulfilled. When he was young, Isaac aspired to be the starting catcher for the New York Yankees until he discovered his face was a ball magnet. Isaac aspired to be a singer and dancer until he discovered he could neither sing nor dance. Isaac aspired to be a doctor until he vomited in the bio lab.

And throughout all these adventures, Isaac was writing. Isaac finally discovered he could fulfill all his aspirations through writing without putting small animals and young children in harm's way.

Attending NYU taught him about theater while earning his MFA in Screenwriting at UCLA taught him about film. Working with actors at Playwrights Horizons, Ensemble Studio Theater, Manhattan Theater Club, Pan Asian Rep and Lodestone Theater Ensemble taught him about life.

A semi-finalist for the ABC/Disney Writing Fellowship, Isaac is a recipient of the Stephen N. Gershenson “Award for Screenwriting” and a finalist for NBC's “Writers on the Verge” and the CAPE “New Writers Award for Television.” Isaac's stageplay, Along for the Ride, produced in San Francisco, won the SF Weekly's Black Box Award for “Best Play.”

There is little Isaac can say about the inspiration for 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position without long apologies to many people who would now prefer to remain anonymous.


Rebecca Hu halls from Toronto, Canada and graduated with honors from the University of Toronto with a triple major in Cinema Studies, English Literature and Psychology. After 8 years and close to 100 productions later, her eclectic credits include that of Writer, Assistant Director, Editor, Production Manager, Producer and Director. In 2005, Rebecca Hu was the proud recipient of the prestigious Diversity in Broadcasting Award presented by WIFT - T (Women In Film & Telelvision - Toronto).

In 2006, she established the production company Kungfu-Barbie Productions with the core mission of creating "kickass" films from a female’s perspective while also working to broaden opportunities for minorities and the under-represented. Past producing credits include the independent feature films “White On Rice,” “Pretty Rosebud” and “40 Is the New Dead,” as well as the feature length documentary “I Heart Hollywood,” the TV show “Red Bull’s Rock the Route” and a webseries “Digg into Books.”