Jeremy Chua is a Singaporean film producer and screenwriter based between Singapore and Paris. He started out as a programming assistant at independent art space, The Substation; as well as Cinémathèque at the National Museum of Singapore where he worked on the Edward Yang and Akira Kurosawa retrospectives. From 2011, he worked in the sales and distribution of experimental short films and video art at Lowave Paris. Since 2014, he founded Potocol, a film company focused on development and co-production of independent Asian films. He wrote and co-produced his first feature, A Yellow Bird by K. Rajagopal, which premiered at 55th Cannes Critics’ Week and is currently available on Netflix. It was a projected developed at EAVE Ties That Bind. He subsequently collaborated with fellow EAVE alumnus Bianca Balbuena on Brotherhood by Pepe Diokno (Karlovy Vary IFF 2016) and A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery by Lav Diaz (Alfred Bauer Silver Bear, Berlinale 2016). In 2018, he released his forth co-production with A Family Tour by Ying Liang (Opening Film of International Competition – Locarno IFF 2018). He is also programmer of Southeast Asian and Korean films at Pingyao International Film Festival.
Debbie was a Production Assistant at Chuan Pictures and Akanga Film Asia, and did her internship at MM2 Entertainment. She holds a Bachelor of Film and Digital Media from Deakin University Australia and a Master of Arts (Art & Space) with Commendation from Kingston University UK.