Eric Lin is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Film Program. MUSIC PALACE, his Student Academy Award nominated short documentary, has screened at numerous film festivals worldwide, including the prestigious New Directors/New Films Festival in New York, the Telluride Film Festival, the Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival and is now airing on the Independent Film Channel. His latest narrative short film, WHAT REMAINS, was awarded the Caucus Foundation Student Production Grant as well as the Warner Bros. Pictures Film Production Award, and is busy traveling among the film festival circuit. In 2003, he won the Asian American International Screenplay Competition for his script, KILGORE. His work has received support from the C.V. Starr Institute, the Oppenheimer New Filmmakers Grant, and New York State Council for the Arts. In addition to directing high-end industrials and broadcast promos, he freelances as a cinematographer and editor. He recently won the Vague Production Award for his feature film project, WHY WE PULL THE TRIGGER.