Tina (T. L.) Quach is an independent filmmaker now based in Los Angeles after studying Film Studies at UC Berkeley and working in production on major TV and Films in New York City. She has dedicated her life to entertain, inspire, and educate about the complexity of human behavior through filmmaking. Hence, her main focus is in writing and directing Psychological Thriller films.
Her short films had exhibited in a number of film festivals including the New York Asian American International Film Festival, Milwaukee Short Film Festival, Seattle Asian American Film Festival and the Pasadena Film Festival. They were featured in articles by the Milwaukee Independent and International Examiner in Seattle.
Her short film, Rule of Threes, has won an Award of Merit for Women Filmmakers at the Accolade Global Film Competition and an Award of Merit at One-Reeler Film competition. As of now, Rule of Threes is in conversation with distributors.
She is currently developing a new screenplay and also producing her first screenplay, Crave, into a feature film. Crave is a psychological horror film about Stockholm Syndrome, drawing influences from Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca and Zhang Yimou’s Raise the Red Lantern. The screenplay was the Official Finalists under the Thriller category at both the Beverly Hills and New York Screenwriting Contests.