Rebecca Kahn (Director/DP)
Rebecca is a Puerto Rican-Jewish filmmaker from Chicago. She received her MFA in directing from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Her debut film, Chisel, premiered in competition at the Academy-qualifying Palm Springs International Shortfest. Rebecca and Abhishek’s feature The Glowing Ones was selected to a short list of finalists for the 2018 Sundance Screenwriters Lab. Rebecca was also awarded a Hollywood Foreign Press Association grant. Their latest film was produced with support from Panavision.
A.K. Prasad (Director/DP)
Born in Mumbai, Abhishek immigrated to Canada when he was three years old. His grandfather was a writer in India and fostered his passion for the craft of storytelling. On a whim he scraped his money together to buy a small camera and shot a movie. That movie got him admitted into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. His film, The Stock Boy, garnered craft awards at the First Run Film Festival in New York and had it’s hometown premiere at the Reel Asian International Film Festival in the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
Before joining Pudu Abhishek worked at the agency level at Edelman, one of the largest PR companies in Canada. His clients included Starbucks, Becel, Halls, and Johnson's & Johnson’s.
He is currently building an Augmented Reality platform called Artie and co-writing the feature script, The Glowing Ones which was a shortlisted finalist for the 2018 Sundance Screenwriting Lab.