The Re-Casting the Movies Team

RCtM is a collaborative effort.

Here are the team members that make this YouTube series possible.

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Jessica W. Chen

Executive Director

Jess is a Taiwanese-American producer, writer, and actor. Her work explores themes of identity, womanhood, and becoming an adult. Jess is the founder of Re-Casting the Movies and Lil Swimmers Productions, a Taipei-based film production company. She is currently based in New York.

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Pete Tran

Director of Operations

Pete is a producer, director, and editor. With a deep passion in entertainment business, he has studied the media industry since his early teen years. He is a lifetime advocate for bridging the gaps amongst creators, investors, and the audience --- pushing for delivering content that is representative of all communities. He is currently based in Boston.

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Nina Shen

Director of Marketing

Nina is a fresh grad from the University of Rochester with a dual degree in financial economics and film and media studies. She recently just started working in consulting, but has always had a huge passion for filmmaking and photography. During college, she wrote and directed a short film, and spent a semester studying film production at a film school in Prague.

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Lisa Lam

Director of Finance

Lisa (she/her/hers) is a Cantonese-American actor and writer. She is really excited to be a part of RCtM, because growing up in America, she didn't see many people who looked like her on TV and film. She believes strongly in RCtM's mission, and wants members of all marginalized communities to feel seen and heard, and to know that our stories also deserve to be shared.

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Digs Brown

Director of Content

Digs is trans writer, podcaster, and special effects artist with a passion for horror and the surreal.  He has a background in media analysis and rhetoric and accidentally earned a citation in astrophysics during undergrad.  Digs runs a podcast network called WTRN: The Radio Network and is the co-host of Genre Blind.  He is excited about bringing the unconventional into the limelight, both in front of and behind the camera.

We wouldn't be able to do this without our wickedly talented actors.