Jin Yoo-Kim is a Korean Bolivian American filmmaker who directed and produced for TAKE OUT WITH LISA LING, and is in development for her docuseries, CULT FOODS. She produced MANZANAR, DIVERTED: WHEN WATER BECOMES DUST, co-produced A WOMAN’S WORK: THE NFL’S CHEERLEADER PROBLEM, co-produced K-TOWN ‘92, and impact produced for TRY HARDER!, WAKING DREAM, BLOWIN’ UP. She is an impact mentor for A-Doc (the Asian American Documentary Network), the Souther CA board member for the Documentary Producers Alliance, and is a 2022 Women at Sundance x Adobe Fellow, a 2020 Sundance Creative Producers Fellow, a 2020 Film Independent X CNN Original Series Docuseries Fellow, a 2020-2021 Redford Center fellow, a 2020 Film Independent Doc Lab fellow, and a 2017 Firelight Media Impact Producing Fellow. She received her MFA in Film from USC and a BA in Psychology and Cinema & Media Studies from Wellesley College. When she's not working, Jin is eating her way through LA, growing an edible garden to share with her husband and son.