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Cameron Tang is Manager of development for Adult Swim. In this capacity, he is responsible for developing and producing comedy live-action series and animated programming for Adult Swim.

Cameron supervises original Adult Swim live-action and animated comedies including Joe Pera Talks You to Sleep, Joe Pera Helps You Find The Perfect Christmas Tree and original pilots.  Prior to joining Adult Swim, Cameron was an NBC Page and spent time in production for Universal Media Studios.

Cameron graduated from ASU in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

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Dan Schoenbrun is the co-creator the independent TV show The Eyeslicer, featuring work by 50+ visionary directors including David Lowery, Amy Seimetz, Lauren Wolkstein, Shaka King, the Zellner Bros, and many more. The Eyeslicer premiered earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival and was called an "insane variety show puree" by Entertainment Weekly. Previously, Dan spearheaded and produced the anthology feature film collective:unconscious, in which five filmmakers adapted each other's dreams for the screen. collective:unconscious premiered in Competition at SXSW 2016, has been viewed over 300,000 times online. Dan previously worked as the Senior Film Outreach Lead at Kickstarter and the Associate Director of Programming at IFP. Dan currently serves as the short film programmer for the Montclair Film Festival, writes a biweekly column for FILMMAKER Magazine, and sits on the Board of Directors for the American Independent Film Awards, a new award show celebrating American films made for under $1 million dollars. Dan's work as a writer and director has screened at festivals such as LAFF, BAMcinemafest, the Maryland Film Festival, and Cucalorus. 

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Kelly Sears is an experimental animator that cuts up and collages images ranging from thrift store cast-offs to archival material.  She uses animation to rebuild American histories that shift between the official and the uncanny, reframing bits of history that are familiar but unhinged.  Her work has screened at film festivals such as Sundance, South by Southwest, American Film Institute, Los Angeles Film Festival, Ann Arbor, Black Maria and museums and galleries such as The Hammer Museum, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Wexner.