Andrew Britton is a former graduate student from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he obtained his MFA in film. After making his first feature "When the King Tilts", the film played a number of festivals (Milwaukee Film Festival, Beloit International Film Festival), picking up four awards along the way. Britton then went on to complete his 1960's period piece "Richard's 32nd", shot entirely on 16mm film. The film had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May of 2016. He is currently in post-production on his newest feature "Back at the Staircase", which will be released early 2018.
Taeho Kang holds an MFA in Filmmaking at the New York Film Academy, LA campus and a BA in Visual & Performing Arts at Handong Global University. He got into over 30 film festivals, including 37th Montreal World Film Festival, Hollywood Short Film Festival, Orlando Film Festival, Harlem International Film Festival and won 13 awards as a director. Currently, Taeho Kang is working as a filmmaker in Los Angeles.