Jamie Li is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker. She has been the director of photography for the documentary Why Do You Have Black Dolls?; the 2012 Student Academy Award-winning documentary Hiro: A Story of Japanese Internment; and various sketch comedy videos. Jamie is the producer of Ladypoints, a documentary web series highlighting creative women. She is also a freelance camera assistant working on commercials, music videos, and feature films.
Hi, I'm a writer, comedian, and filmmaker based in NYC. I create the sketch series DUMB video (featured on Funny or Die) and host Drunk Science (ft. New York Times, Time Out NY critics' pick, Gothamist critics' pick), a monthly shitshow at Littlefield. My most recent short film won final selection at the Moet Moment Film Festival and was screened at the Golden Globes cocktail party. Weird right?! I trained at UCB Theatre where I've written for Sketch Cram and performed improv with Controlled Chaos, Holiday Spectacular, and Time Capsule. You can see my humor writing on Funny or Die and Reductress. I spend most of my time writing articles and videos for Time Inc. Check out my stuff at JordanMendoza.com and @jordypizza on Twitter.
Sam Knowles is an award-winning Brooklyn-based filmmaker. Recently she was an associate producer on Meru (2015 Oscar short list, Sundance 2015), an associate producer on Incorruptible (2015 LA Film Festival), a line producer on To Keep the Light (2016 Florida International FF, 2016 Marfa FF), and an associate producer onMarathon: A Patriot's Day Bombing, an upcoming HBO documentary on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing (set to premiere on HBO in November 2016). She also produced and directed the documentary Why Do You Have Black Dolls?, which won the Spirit Award at the Reel Sisters Film Festival, earned a NY City Council Citation, and won the Audience Choice Award at the Women, Action, & the Media (WAM) Film Festival.
Rekha's roommate from 2008-2011. Everyone has moved on from The Incident.