S. Leo Chiang (Director / Producer / Writer) is a Taiwanese-American filmmaker based in San Francisco and Taipei. His documentary, MR. CAO GOES TO WASHINGTON, won the Inspiration Award at the 2012 Full Frame Documentary Festival. His previous film, Emmy® Award-nominated A VILLAGE CALLED VERSAILLES, picked up eight awards and aired on the American PBS series, Independent Lens. Leo’s work has received funding support from the Sundance Documentary Fund, the Tribeca Film Institute, and ITVS. He also collaborates with other documentarians as editor and a cameraman.
Leo received a MFA in film production from University of Southern California. He is the co-founder of A-Doc, the Asian American Documentary Network, and a documentary branch member of the Academy.
江松長（製片）為台裔美籍影像工作者，居住於舊金山與台北，其紀錄片作品《高先生到華盛頓》於2012年美國全景紀錄片影展贏得Inspiration Award，他的上一部作品《A Village Called Versailles》曾獲艾美獎提名，並且贏得八個國際獎項，也曾於美國公共電視網的節目Independent Lens播映。江松長的作品曾獲得日舞影展協會紀錄片項目、翠貝卡電影協會、及美國ITVS的資金支持。他同時也是剪接師及攝影師。