RIDE OR DIE

DIRECTED BY MINSUN PARK & TEDDY TENENBAUM

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Three teens are on a road trip when a dangerous man with a strange affliction jumps into their car. The story he tells them is hard to believe…

DIRECTORS SPOTLIGHT

MINSUN PARK & TEDDY TENENBAUM

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Minsun Park & Teddy Tenenbaum are a writing/directing team with combined experience in features and television, including work for Paramount, Sony, New Line, Warner Bothers, Universal, Fox, CBS, ABC, NBC and Hulu. In 2021, their short film Koreatown Ghost Story starring Margaret Cho won over 100 festival awards, including 45 wins for best short, 10 wins for best director, and various other awards from such festivals as HollyShorts, FilmQuest, PanicFest, the Los Angeles Film Festival, Portland Horror Film Festival, British Horror Film Festival, and Knoxville Horror Film Fest. They were proud to be featured in Fantasia Fest, Screamfest NOLA, Bentonville Film Festival, The Telluride Horror Show, CAAMFest, Salem Horror Fest, and Fantasy FilmFest Germany among others. They sold Koreatown Ghost Story to Paramount where they are currently developing it as a feature film, as well as directing and writing an episode of the Hulu anthology series Bite Size Halloween.

 

With Minsun's background as an Asian-American woman born in Korea and Teddy's experience as a White dude from Ohio, they cover a lot of bases.