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So You've Grown Attached
Directed by
Kate Tsang

USA / 2014 / 15
NYU MFA program
New York Premiere

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Q&A Attendees
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Kate Tsang, Shiva Bajpai
An off-beat comedy about Ex, an imaginary friend, who is forced to consider retirement when his creator, Izzy, starts to grow up.
Though born in Northern California, Kate Tsang spent her childhood cramped in a small apartment with 6 other family members in Hong Kong. Most of her days involved watching copious amounts of Looney Toons and getting beaten up by her older cousins. She attended UC San Diego with the intention of studying forensic pathology to become like her hero, Dana Scully from The X-Files, but fell head-first into film instead. Since graduating from NYU's MFA Film program, she's worked as a makeup artist on numerous films and as an editor/animator for brands like Dom Perignon, Vans, and Opening Ceremony. Her award-winning shorts have screened at festivals all over the world, and she's currently developing her first feature film and an animated show.
Cast/Featuring: Simon Pear, Madeleine Connor, Jake Miller, Cindy Cheung, Patrick Fleury
Executive Producer(s): Kate Tsang
Producer(s): Isabella Wing-Davey, Kimberly Parker, Shiva Bajpai
Director(s): Kate Tsang
Screenwriter(s): Kate Tsang
Cinematographer(s): Michael Rossetti
Editor(s): Hye Mee Na
Production Designer(s): Mimi Bai
Composer(s)/Music: Sasha Gordon
Sound Designer(s): Robin Shore, Bryan Osborne
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