Yumee Jang has served in a producer capacity both in the world of commercial entertainment and independent cinema. Since 2002, her passion for film has led her to produce a variety of short-form multimedia projects, including commercials, narrative shorts and features, documentaries, music videos and industrial spots across a variety of delivery platforms. She started her career as a Production Manager for Audi in their Digital Marketing and Commercial department, and after a few years as a PM, free-lanced as a financial consultant to corporations as a producer/line producer managing budgets and schedules for companies producing made for TV commercials. She left her commercial career to work as a Producer and Assistant Director for several feature films, which have won numerous awards at Sundance and Tribeca. Her first producing role on a feature film entitled ‘Oscar’ won the San Antonio Film Festival, putting her on the map as a panel speaker in San Francisco Asian American Women in Film. Currently she has a 4-movie slate in development and will be rolling into production by 2016.
Name: Yumee Jang
Lives in: San Francisco, California
Company: Patch of Blue Productions
Occupation: Producer, Unit Production Manager and Line Producer
Film by Saila Kariat (Drama) Producer In the aftermath of his daughter's suicide, an Indian American entrepreneur in silicon valley attempts to grapple with his lingering questions and his own life.
Locked Out of Heaven
Film (short) by Daniel Mitchell (Drama, Music and Romance) Producer A woman is nearly struck down by a San Francisco cable car, but is saved by a stranger on the street.
No Harm Done
Film (short) by Thomas Kamakani Jr. (Drama) Producer
Film by Rubén C. González (Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director After a heart-wrenching breakup, Oscar Sanchez was left reeling into a cocoon to live a life without meaning. Now, 9 years later, he finds himself teaching history at a school he hates with people he doesn't care to know. In order to relieve himself from his painful yesteryear, Oscar must liberate himself into the present by cutting his ties to the past. Sometimes it's easier said than done. Sometimes one needs a little guidance. Sometimes it's just a matter of time. Written by Rubén C. González
Film (short) by Teresa Widdowson (Horror) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director What happens when a priest hears one too many confessions?
Video by Robert Edgar (Documentary and Music) Producer This is the definitive Pacific Rim concert film. Two composers who have been working together for years construct an evening's performance: one is from Bali, and the other from the San Francisco Bay area. Traveling from Bali for the concert is a 25-person Gamelan orchestra. Setting up from Silicon Valley is a computer video-based team of artist-technologists who have worked for over a year creating wrap-around projections synchronized in real time for every beat of the compositions. The incredible beauty, depth and interpenetration of the two cultures is freshly painted frame by frame, by a concert film unique, gorgeous and fascinating. 120 minutes, HD. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Bidisha Chowdhury (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A Victorian mother struggles to protect her home, children, husband, and sanity from a scheming governess who has a mysterious past and shadowy agenda.
Film (short) by Kumar Vellal (Crime and Thriller) Producer To boost his self-esteem an accountant hires Bonnie and Clyde LLP to help him carry out a despicable act. But the act fails to revive the accountant's spirits. And then things really go wrong.
Film (short) by Steven Rosales (Drama) Producer
I Pledge Allegiance
Film (short) by Juan Herrera (Drama) Producer
Film (short) by Ryan Wood (Drama, Romance and Western) Producer, Art director What is your breaking point?