Bev’s Girl Films: Hide and Seek is the first short film from Bev’s Girl Films. Founded in 2015 by Lia Chang and Garth Kravits, Bev’s Girl Films is focused on making films that foster inclusion and diversity on both sides on the camera. Bev’s Girl Films has produced promotional films for artists, actors, designers, theatrical productions, composers and musicians.
Garth Kravits is an actor, singer, musician and composer and award winning filmmaker. On television, Kravits has guest starred on 30 Rock, The Blacklist, Nurse Jackie, Hostages, Tin Man and The Carrie Diaries and played opposite Keanu Reeves in the feature film Sweet November.
Lia Chang is an actor, a multi-media content producer and co-founder of Bev’s Girl Films, making films that foster inclusion and diversity on both sides of the camera. Bev’s Girl Films’ debut short film, Hide and Seek was a top ten film in the Asian American Film Lab’s 2015 72 Hour Shootout Filmmaking Competition, and she received a Best Actress nomination. BGF collaborates with and produces multi-media content for artists, actors, designers, theatrical productions, composers, musicians and corporations. Lia is also an internationally published and exhibited photographer, a multi-platform journalist, and a publicist. Lia has appeared in the films Wolf, New Jack City, A Kiss Before Dying, King of New York, Big Trouble in Little China, The Last Dragon, Taxman and Hide and Seek.
Photographs by Lia Chang are in the permanent collections of New-York Historical Society, Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Angel Island Immigration Station, Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), the Japanese American National Museum (JANM), the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation Art Collection. The Lia Chang APA Theater Portfolio in the Asian Pacific American Performing Arts Collection is housed in the Library of Congress Asian Division’s Asian Pacific American Islander Collection.
She is a Scripps Howard New Media Fellow at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, a Visual Journalism Fellow at the Poynter Institute for New Media and a Western Knight Fellow at USC’s Annenberg College of Communications for Specialized Journalism on Entertainment Journalism in the Digital Age. She is the recipient of the AAJA 2001 National Award for New Media and the OCA 2000 Chinese American Journalist Award. Avenue Magazine named her one of the “One Hundred Most Influential Asian Americans”. She is featured in Joann Faung Jean Lee’s book Asian American actors: oral histories from stage, screen, and television. She is profiled in Examiner.com, Jade Magazine and Playbill.com.