Li-Anne Huang  
Li-Anne Huang is an award winning producer-director whose films have screened at over 50 festivals worldwide and been distributed by cable and broadcast networks.  Her films include No Joke Burma, a documentary on the Moustache Brothers, comedians imprisoned for telling jokes, which won the Audience Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival, screened at New York AAIFF, Los Angeles APFF, and at the Rubin Museum of Art as part of the Amnesty International Documentary Series; Red Shoes, a short on a Chinatown masseuse in New York’s immigrant community who faces a moral dilemma involving her child, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, screened in London, Zurich, LA, and was licensed by ImaginAsian and Thirteen/WNET networks; and Singapore Girl, a comedic short set against Singapore’s 1980’s materialistic boom where a young girl dreams of seeing the world by becoming an airline stewardess, which screened at LA Shorts, Hawaii, Seoul, Florence and Singapore.

As a freelance producer, she has worked for Oscar winning directors Sydney Pollack on The Interpreter, Bill Guttentag on The Mayo Project, and on a British-Singaporean documentary Being & Becoming about the renowned ink artist Chua Ek Kay.

Li-Anne previously worked for 20th Century Fox, Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan.  She has an MFA (Film) from Columbia University where she was awarded the Dean’s Fellowship and Directing Fellowship; an MBA from Stanford University, and an LLB (Law) degree from Bristol University.