In pursuit of their filmmaking dreams, Kevin and Kelly Luu moved from New Bedford, Massachusetts to Dallas, Texas at the age of 17 to attend the Art Institute of Dallas where they received their Bachelor's Degree in Digital Media Production and graduated with Best Portfolio Honors. The two then decided to pursue their Masters in Film and Television Production at USC School of Cinematic Arts, Graduate program.

Kevin and Kelly strive to engage audiences with themes involving coming of age, identity, and family conflicts. Their short films have been accepted to several film festivals including LA shorts fest and Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

This past year, Kevin and Kelly placed in the Top 200 for the 2014 Project Greenlight competition, with their short film submission “Stray.” The two also co-directed a dramatic, sci-fi short film titled “Real Boy” for USC’s prestigious Advanced Production class, making this the first time in the history of the program that duo directors have ever been selected for the position. In their final semester at USC, they were selected by USC and James Franco to direct a feature film adaptation of his book, “Actors Anonymous,” which is slated to premier in 2016.

Drop us a line if you want to talk movies, scripts, projects, or even pick up basketball.  We are always down.

- Luus

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