Celia Au is a Brooklyn-based actress and producer. Au was born in Hong Kong and raised in NYC and since a young age: Storytelling has been her mantra, and excelling at it is her lifelong mission. Au can recently be seen on Netflix’s “Wu Assassins” alongside Katheryn Winnick, Iko Uwais, and Tommy Flannagan. Au can also be seen on AMC’s and Paul Giamatti’s series “Lodge 49” while on the film side, she stars in the indie drama “In A New York Minute”. In 2014 she starred as Bobo in Martin Scorcese’s and A24’s “Revenge of the Green Dragons”. Au has been prominently awarded the AAIFF ‘Most Promising Actress’ in 2019 amongst other awards and she is currently pushing the envelope on developing and producing projects of her own devise.


David Del Rio is a Hispanic-American Actor, Director, and Producer. Starring in Fox’s “Grease Live!”, ABC’s “The Baker and the Beauty”, Universal Studios’ “Pitch Perfect” and Blumhouse’s “The Belko Experiment” to name a few. When not in front of the camera, Del Rio digs deep behind the camera, directing indie films. Del Rio’s feature-length, “Sick for Toys”, is currently on Amazon Prime while his next film “Road Head”, is making the festival rounds. He’s Co-Founder of Theatre Row Productions. His demo-reel company, The Reel You, continues to help actors nab high-quality footage to showcase their talent. A native Colombian-Cuban of Miami, Del Rio now lives in Los Angeles having dreams of New York City.

Nicholas is a Brooklyn based writer-director, and one half of the husband-wife producing team Uncompromised Creative. Directing credits include The Paper Store starring Penn Badgley; If You Could Say It In Words starring Marin Ireland; and Last Fair Deal starring Mack Wilds. Notable producer credits: All The Little Things We Kill with Elizabeth Marvel and Danielle Brooks, and Ambition’s Debt with Devin Haqq, Nathan Darrow, and Kathleen Chalfant. Previously, Nicholas was Director of Creative Development for NYPS / Front Wheel Productions, where he oversaw a variety of projects, including major commercials and the animated pilot “Hoverman” starring Randall Park & Rebecca Mader.


ROBIN ROSE SINGER is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker who works in narrative, documentary, TV, and commercials. Select credits include: “Interference” (NBC/Universal Film Festival, BamCinematek New Voices in Black Cinema Festival); “Aphasia,” (Tribeca Film Festival); Angelfish (TIFF Next Wave, rapper Princess Nokia’s feature film debut); Danny’s House (VicelandTV); “Home Street Home,” (Best Short Doc, Harlem Film Festival); Maturity (Winner, IFP’s Made in NY: Series competition and a two-time Telly Winner for Comedy and Music). As a writer, Singer’s feature-length screenplay The Lions of Mesopotamia was recently featured on The 2019 Hit List and The 2020 Red List and was named both a Tracking Board Recommends and Top 50 for the Academy Nicholl. She was a 2016 fellow at the New York Stage and Film Screenwriting Lab. Singer is a freelance commercial director and producer, creating content for global brands like LG, Under Armour, Puma, Hennessy, Budweiser, and many more. Upcoming: This spring she will direct a short digital comedy series created by fellow Tribeca alum, Dmitry Milkin. NYU alumni.


ROY WOL (p.g.a) is a filmmaker with a visual disability, Amblyopia, and an LGBTQ advocate. Having grown up in 5 countries before ending up in the US, as a cross-cultural Turkish-Latinx-Sephardic producer, he is driven by the idea of bridging communities. His latest film “The Garden Left Behind” won the 2019 SXSW Audience Award and is one of the “Top LGBTQ films of all time” (by Rotten Tomatoes). Roy is the founder of border, genre, and platform agnostic IP development and production company Autonomous Pictures, whose latest projects include: 2020 IFP Episodic Lab sci-fi series “Autom Reign” by Sundance Alumni Sofian Khan, Yes, And…Laughter Lab finalist Roddenberry Impact Award winning “Muslim Girls DTF” among many others. He’s a 2020 SXSW & NALIP Mentor; 2019 GLAAD Media Fellow; 2019 ReelWorks Mentor; 2018 Hollywood Radio and Television Mentor; 2017 IFP Narrative Lab Fellow; 2017 Trans Filmmakers Project Mentor; 2016 Harlem Cinema School Mentor. His projects include: Academy Nominees, Golden Lion Winners, NYFF Academy Artists, Princess Grace, Sundance, SXSW, TIFF, Golden Globe, Spirit Award and Ryan Murphy’s Half Initiative fellows.