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Timothy A. Chey

Director, Screenwriter

River Rain Irrigation Systems

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River Rain Irrigation Systems

Company Description

Irrigating industry and households for 40 years.... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Producer, Director

RiverRain Productions


Affiliations

State Bar of California

Member


Directors Guild of America

Chairman of the Student Awards Committee


Education

Boston University School of Law


Harvard University


USC Film School


law degree

Boston University


Web References(130 Total References)


GONE : Credits

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TIM CHEY (Director, Screenwriter)
Tim Chey set a cable network record for "Fakin' Da Funk", a film that was shown on USA Networks over 14 times in one year, eclipsing all other films in repetition for a single year. "Fakin' Da Funk" was Chey's writing and directing debut for a motion picture. Chey has also written several other screenplays that have all been optioned to various studios, includingSony Pictures and MGM. He wrote the sequel for the 'Warriors of Virtue' for MGM. Chey's work has been seen on E! Entertainment, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Vibe TV, MTV, Daily Variety, Hollywood Reporter, TNT, USA Networks, the Christian Times, the Dove Awards (PAX TV), the MOVIEGUIDE AWARDS (PAX TV), People Magazine, and The New York Times. Chey has also directed several commercials, including ones for Revlon. He acted as Chairman of the Student Awards Committee for the Director's Guild of America and is active in helping new filmmakers gain a voice. Chey was born in Los Angeles, California and received his education at Harvard University, Boston University School of Law, and USC. He is also a member of the State Bar of California and has worked as a volunteer lawyer for several organizations, including the Union Rescue Mission. He is active in several Christian organizations, including outreach/fellowship programs involving filmmakers for Christ. He believes strongly in the commandment of Jesus to 'Go out into all the world and spread the gospel to every creature'. Tim and I worked for hours just to get the right sound and orchestration that would highlight each "I have nothing but respect for Tim and his vision for this project. As I see it, the end of the world is a creatively demanding and challenging premise. As a director myself, I know that such a demand could be overwhelming for others, but obviously not for Tim." Applying the right lighting and contrasts sets the mood for the apocalyptic scenarios in this film, especially with regards to the computer effects and everything, Tim and I had to re-take several times just to get it right and I think our efforts paid off quite well." "When I first read Tim's script during the start of the n ew millenium, I recognized the potential of the project.



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Tim Chey TIM CHEY Director/ Screenwriter Tim Chey set a cable network record for "Fakin' Da Funk", a film that was shown on USA Networks over 14 times in one year, eclipsing all other films in repetition for a single year.The film has been considered the pre-cursor to ‘Rush Hour' and was released theatrically.Chey recently finished writing and directing the critically acclaimed feature ‘GONE' starring Dirk Been (‘Survivor'), Joel Klug (‘Survivor'), and Bianca Lapus (‘Solitaire').Chey has also written several other screenplays that have all been optioned to various studios, including Sony Pictures and MGM.He wrote the sequel for the ‘Warriors of Virtue' for MGM.Chey's work has been seen on E! Entertainment, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Vibe TV, MTV, Daily Variety, Hollywood Reporter, TNT, USA Networks, and The New York Times. Chey has also directed several commercials, including ones for Revlon.He acted as Chairman of the Student Awards Committee for the Director's Guild of America and is active in helping new filmmakers gain a voice.Chey was born in Los Angeles, California and received his education at Harvard University, Boston University School of Law, and USC.He is also a member of the State Bar of California and has worked as a volunteer lawyer for several organizations, including the Union Rescue Mission.


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The best-selling Christian film has had over 1 million unique visitors enter its site - all for a movie that the media still ignores or reviles ("I'm OK with it," says director Tim Chey.
"All who follow Jesus Christ will suffer persecution."). "I get lots of hate mail from people who despise Christian filmmakers and the hard-core message of the last days," says Chey. "But the next great event for the church is the Rapture. I want everyone to know Jesus Christ." Scenema Concept and RiverRain Productions present the motion-picture drama, "GONE", directed by Tim Chey, based on his screenplay. "The beauty of the film," says director Chey, "is you have these rather smart corporate lawyers who try to rationalize their way out of the Rapture, but in the end it's useless - the only true road leads to Jesus Christ. "I wanted to do a movie that honored God, first and foremost," recalls Chey.


Behind the Scenes

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Just ask film director Tim Chey.
"We wanted to make an extremely thought-provoking film," says Chey, "that reaches the very tip of mankind's problems and then comes back down." The Genius Club boldly looks at the face of world problems through the eyes of seven geniuses and a deranged terrorist who has the second-highest IQ in the country. It's a no-holds bar, sock 'em fight fest without the punches. Instead, the geniuses fight for their lives intellectually. "We wanted to make a very good '7-course-meal' film," says Chey, "not another fast-food film that you forget two seconds after leaving the theater."


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