Ge Jin aka Jingle
Ge Jin holds a Master degree in Public Communication from
Fordham University in New York, and a bachelor degree in Economics from
Shanghai International Studies University. He is currently a PhD
candidate in the Department of Communication at University of
California-San Diego. His previous creative works include:
"A House of
Belonging", 10 minute documentary on the endeavor of the Turkish
Community in San Diego to build a house of turkey in Balboa Park--San
Diego's cultural center, 2005:
"Shanghai Gardens", Interactive Multimedia, with JR Osborn, presented
on Memefest 2003.
"Your Wrds R Welcome ", 20 minute documentary on live poetry in San
Diego, 2002, Outstanding Documentary Award by the African and
African-American Studies Research Project at UCSD.
Shi Wan Ge Bu Wei Shen Me (the 100,000 reasons why you don't need to
explain why): A collection of poems in Chinese, 1998.
Road", 30 minute experimental film
Ge Jin's Miu Log
Graphic Designer and Web
Designer: Claudia Dametz
Claudia Dametz is a graphic designer with 20 years of
creating professional web, multimedia and printed work:
She is currently a Computer Specialist/Web Designer in the Dept. of
Communication at UCSD.
Lauren Berliner holds a Masters Degree in Media Arts from
Emerson College in Boston, MA and a Bachelors Degree in Anthropology
and English Literature from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. She
recently completed a documentary about the politics surrounding the
process of egg donation "All
in one Basket".
Advisor: Zeinabu Irene Davis
Zeinabu Irene Davis is an independent filmmaker and full
Professor of Communication at UCSD. Her previous films include:
"Compensation," black and white, 16mm film, 92 minute drama, 1999.
"Mother of the River," black and white, 16mm film. 30 minute
children's drama. 1995.
"A Powerful Thang," color, 16mm film, 57 minute narrative. 1991.
"A Period Piece," color, 3/4" video, 4 minutes, rap video. 1991.
"Cycles," black and white, 16mm film, 17 minutes, drama/animation film.
Associate Producer: Matt Rutherford
Matt Rutherford graduated from Cambridge University with a
Double First in Chinese and Politics, and completed his Master's in
Middle Eastern Studies as a Herchel Smith Scholar at Harvard
University. He has produced several international documentaries,
including 'Beijing Blues' (2000) and 'Motorcycle Uberlords of Taiwan'
(2001), a 25 minute film investigating motorcycle gang races in
Southern Taiwan. Matt recently co-produced 'My Name is Alan' (2006) for
Raw Films, Inc, a $400,000 feature documentary following schizophrenic
artist Alan Streets' life in NYC. In his spare time, Matt is CEO and
founder of the internet start-up
Meetle.net, which provides scheduling collaboration tools.