|“||You can get greedy and what I’ve learned is that [CGI] never replaces the real thing.||”|
Justin Lin is an Taiwanese American writer and director. He is best known for his work on the "Fast and the Furious" franchise. He directed three episodes of Community in Season One including the critcally acclaimed "Modern Warfare".
Lin was born in capitol city of Taiwan, Taipei, in 1973 but grew up in the United States. At the age of nine, he and moved his family to Orange County, California. He attended UC San Diego and later transferred to UCLA Filkm School. It's there that he met fellow graduate student Quinten Lee and the two would later collaborate on two films together, the 1996 movie " Flow" and the 1997 movie "Shopping For Fangs". The pair shared directoral duties on the latter film which was screened and well recieved at international film festivals. Lin's solo directoral debut was the 2003 film "Better Luck Tommorow". He went on to write and direct the 2006 film "Annapolis" and followed that up with "The Fast and the: Furious Tokyo Drift". The success of that film led to him directing the sequels "Fast & Furious", "Fast Five" and "Fast Six".
|"Introduction to Statistics"||Season One||August 29, 2009|
|"Interpretive Dance"||Season One||January 21, 2010|
|Modern Warfare"||Season One||May 6, 2010|
Executive: Dan Harmon • Russ Krasnoff and Gary Foster • Joe Russo and Anthony Russo • Garrett Donovan • Moses Port and David Guarascio • Neil Goldman Co-executive: Tim Hobert Producers: Patrick Kienlen • Jake Aust • Karey Dornetto Consulting: John Pollack Coordinating: Christine Larson • Hilary Winston