Andrea Chung is a Korean-American producer, co-founder of Bowery Hills Entertainment, Al-Ghanim Entertainment, and talent management company Lavin Entertainment. Chung is also a film executive for the movie adaptation of the multi-billion dollar game franchise "Crossfire" for Korean giant Smilegate. Her notable credits include Benson Lee's "Seoul Searching," Duane Adler's "Heartbeats" and Victor Garcia's "The Damned." "Seoul Searching" was a New York Times Critics Pick in Summer 2016, won the Youth Jury Award at SIFF and was in the "Premieres" category at the Sundance Film Festival. Her films "The Girl in the Photographs" which she produced with Wes Craven and "Passion Play" had world premieres at TIFF. Chung began her track as a producer as an intern for Lynda Obst, then at Paramount Studios, after reading her book "Hello, He Lied" in her class at NYU. Chung also creates and directs docu-pilots for studios including "Fabulously Richie" which starred fashion designer Richie Rich, Pamela Anderson, Lydia Hearst and Aubrey O'Day and "The Onch Project" for Lionsgate Television. The first pilot she ever directed was based on a co-worker while an assistant at ICM called "The Last Mousketeer" which E! bought and produced into a 1-hour special for "Child Star Confidential."