Tyrone Dangerfield, William Uschold, Chong Kim
A native of Oakland, California, Tyrone Dangerfield is a writer, producer and author who spent many years working as a ghost producer in the music industry while penning his first book, A Dangerfield Manifesto that documents his conflicting views of the law through his experiences with his Grandfather, a historic police figure and his Father, an addict who was murdered during a drug deal. After his book was published, Dangerfield shifted into film, appearing with Grey’s Anatomy’s Jesse Williams and Empire’s Malik Yoba in the film Question Bridge: Black Males, which is currently featured in the Smithsonian Museums National Museum of African American History and Culture. Sharing a mutual passion for creating and telling compelling narratives, Dangerfield partnered with his longtime friend, William Uschold to launch The Oakland Film Company which strives to create content that showcases the San Francisco Bay Area.
Born on the island of Guam, William Uschold is a visionary screenwriter with a strong love of music that manifested into a career writing music video treatments and producing many recording artist in the San Francisco Bay Area working with talented local artist such as Andi Roxx, Johnny Fresh, Mistah Fab and Tab Danger. Uschold was inspired to do film as a needed platform to showcase stories about issues that plagued his community. After being galvanized by narratives of human trafficking, Uschold partnered with his longtime collaborator Tyrone Dangerfield launching The Oakland Film Company, a production company that focuses on the parables straight from the streets of Oakland.
Chong Kim is a renown world speaker and activist. She has appeared on notable Talk and Media shows like: BBC, HuffpostLive, CNN, CNBC, Montel and much more. Chong is also a writer and a Film/TV Producer. Her film, ‘Eden’ was released in 2012 starring Beau Bridges (The Baker Boys & Battlestar Galactica) and Jamie Chung (Hangover 2 & The Gifted). Chong Kim also published her memoir, Broken Silence, is also available via Amazon through Kindle and paperback, Barnes and Noble via Nook only or you can access her online store here: https://squareup.com/store/brokensilenceck/
Currently, Ms. Kim is in works to launch a scripted TV series about Human Trafficking called, ‘Every40Seconds’ which is about a female survivor of Human Trafficking who works alongside the FBI to teach them how to think like a trafficker in order to rescue the victims in time. While Ms. Kim continues to educate the public about the harms of exploitation and child trafficking, she does enjoy her time writing poetry, singing and traveling.
To learn more about Chong you can access her website at: www.iamchongkim.com