Alan Chu was born in Paris, France. He is known for his work on Looper (2012), The Art of War (2000) and 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position (2010). See full bio »
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 2015 Any Body Can Dance 2 (first assistant director) (filming)
 2015 In Embryo (first assistant director) (post-production)
 2015 Golden Shoes (first assistant director) (completed)
 2014 But Always (first assistant director: ny unit)
 2014/XII The Audition (Short) (first assistant director)
 2013 Cleaver's Destiny (assistant director)
 2013 The Big Goofy Secret of Hidden Pines (Video) (first assistant director)
 2011 Love Is All You Need? (Short) (assistant director)
 2010 Ms. Calistoga (Short) (assistant director)
 2010 Dark Woods (first assistant director)
 2010 Chihuahua: The Movie (first assistant director)
 2009 Choosing to Fly (Short) (assistant director)
 2008 Gun's Point (Video short) (assistant director)
 2008 Nuptials of the Dead (Short) (first assistant director)
 2005 L'est rencontre l'ouest sur la route de la soie (TV Movie documentary) (assistant director)
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