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Christine Le
Christine Le was born in Vietnam and grew up in Los Angeles. Christine received a B.A. in Communication Studies ( cum laude , College Honors) from UCLA and a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law. After years of practicing corporate law, she decided to pursue her passion in storytelling by enrolling in and completing the Professional Program in Screenwriting at UCLA Department of Film, Television and Digital Media (in 2006). While in the Professional Program, she wrote “Geek to Chic”, a romantic comedy about the most common love relationship of all—the BFF. She has also taken classes in film production, directing, and script development, among others, at UCLA Extension.

In 2007, Christine formed Good Karma Films, LLC, which became the production vehicle for the romantic comedy feature, “Love 10 to 1”. Love 10 to 1 consists of three interrelated stories, of which Christine produced, wrote and directed one of the three vignettes. Christine is also working on making her script “Geek to Chic” production ready.

Lucy Rodriguez-Watson
Lucy Rodriguez-Watson grew up in Washington Heights, NYC. She received her B.A. from St. John’s University and moved to Los Angeles in 2003. She enrolled in UCLA Extension’s Entertainment Studies program where she met Christine Le.

Lucy wrote and will direct Love Song. She also works with Movies By Women and has directed and produced segments for the podcast channel.  In 2006 Lucy received a fellowship from Film Independent’s Project:Involve – a practical training and mentoring program that pairs 40 emerging filmmakers per year with mentors in all areas of filmmaking.

After Love Song Lucy, will begin pre-production on the short Take The A Train: a character study that takes place in Washington Heights about three best friends dealing with cancer, teen pregnancy, suicide and a visit from the ghost of Kurt Cobain a few days before the world learns of his suicide.

Laura Somers
Laura Somers is an award winning director, writer, and performer. She grew up in Pasadena, TX. After receiving her BFA from New York University, Somers began working in independent film as an assistant to director Jonathan Nossiter (Sunday, Mondovino) on his 1997 Sundance award winning film Sunday starring David Suchet and Lisa Harrow, and served as a production assistant on Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen’s 1999 Academy nominated documentary, On The Ropes.

Between 1999 – 2001, Laura Somers was Co-Artistic Director of the critically acclaimed award-winning theater company the Dirigo group in Austin, TX. Having directed over 30 plays and films to date, Somers’ work with the dirigo group was honored by American Theater Magazine in 2004 as one of twelve rising American theater companies “to watch” that were “hot, hip and on the verge”.

Since arriving to Los Angeles in 2004, Somers has acted as a consultant to various film directors, and was a co-writer and co-director of Fated, an African production shot in Lagos, Nigeria. She is a graduate of the Advanced Screenwriting program at UCLA, and her short film, Captain C**kblocker won the "People's Choice Award" at the Universal Studios Film Festival in May 2006.

Ms. Somers was the Project Manager for Participant Productions’ “An Inconvenient Truth” DVD giveaway, overseeing an unprecedented social marketing outreach campaign that helped to create buzz for 3rd highest grossing documentary of all time. 

She recently completed principal photography on her fourth short film, Las Perdidas The Lost, which deals with cultural bias, language barriers and situational comedy. Laura has been commissioned by UCLA Medical Center to create educational films for incoming patients. “Diving Lessons” is her fifth short film, an homage to the spirit of the French New Wave.
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