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​​​​​​​The Rabbits of Lucky Rabbit Pictures are a film directing collective based in San Francisco, California.  
We are children of immigrants. Above all, we are works in progresses, and lovers of a good story. As a young up-and-coming creative collective, our films have won awards in festivals from LA to India. We've been named an Allstate National Film Fellow, a Seeding Creativity grant recipient, and most recently the current artists in residence with the Chinese Culture Center - one of the leading art institutions in San Francisco based in our Chinatown. We are the youngest ever AIR's in this position and the first filmmakers. Here is a little video we made that can hopefully tell you a bit more about us and the residency: Becoming the Rabbit Hole.
BRIDGETTE YANG, creative writer and director 
“Write what you don’t want the world to know, then write what you don’t want to know.” Aiming to be as honest as possible, she hopes to creates work that cuts to the core of all her big questions, big feelings, and tiny miracles that permeate her daily life. Intertwining nostalgia, poetic language, and a wonder for new worlds, she hopes to write stories that become mirrors for whoever is looking close enough. She's performed poetry at the Getty Center alongside John Legend, SFJAZZ, USC Festival of Books, and other events throughout California. She is one of the five 2022-2023 Poetry Coalition Fellows with Youth Speaks.
Her work can be found on byangfilms.com​​​​​​​
MIN THU TA, Cinematographer and Directori
SPENCER TSANG, Film and Animation Director 
Spencer Tsang is the founder of Lucky Rabbit Pictures.
He hails from a prestigious lineage of immigrants and kitchen workers, who flipped woks in San Francisco's Chinatown when it wasn’t a tourist destination, serving railroad workers before Chow Mein could instantaneously be ordered on DoorDash. He would later find himself boxing those orders while working in restaurants. Ironically, his grandmother was illiterate.
His writing is rooted in humor, hope, futurism, and connection. It also means he can bring people together over a mean steak. To him, stumbling into the intersections of generations, technology, and cultural allegiances means exploring an ambiguous space where he can live in the future. The worlds he hopes to film are roamed by imperfect people stumbling to figure it out - mirroring his own life.
"Our shoot was only supposed to be one day, but after Spencer and his team looked over the footage, and he was determined that we could do better. I trusted his opinion, and we ended up filming my best music video to date. There’s something special about his determination, creativity, and drive as a filmmaker, you can just see it. I hope to be part of it again."
-Zach Settle, Recording Artist (@ZachSettle)

"One of the best experiences in my career because he knew what it was like to be an actor and to get that actor into character. The level of professionalism is exceedingly high as he was calm and patient during stressful situations; which made the process of filming way much easier. You could feel the passion and hard work he puts into his films and the high energy is contagious."
-Jasper Capalad, Lead Actor (@JasperCapalad)
"Spencer helped me tell my personal story of my humble burger shack, Uncle Boy’s, by producing a short film, “The Uncle Boy,” which has garnered the most interactions out of any post we’ve ever put out. Shortly after this, I was contacted to be on local radio and even have articles written about my story.  Spencer is here to help businesses and entrepreneurs like myself overcome the challenges that they may not overcome on their own, I know this because they helped me with the challenges Uncle Boy’s was facing and beyond."
-John "Blessed" Espejo, Owner of Uncle Boys (@UncleBoys)
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