top of page
Making a film is a team sport.
Patti HS.jpg

Patti Kim Gill

Creator. Writer. Producer.

Patti Kim Gill, has a rich heritage blended from Korean and Black roots, she has been shaped by the vibrant landscapes of New Orleans and Chicago. Interestingly, she was named after the famous Korean Jazz singer Patti Kim, who, ironically, dropped her last name Gill after a divorce. Perhaps it's a twist of fate or a stroke of irony that Patti Kim would be blessed to produce her first film, reflecting her Korean roots.  


Her multifaceted career began by managing her children's early forays into acting and modeling. Recognizing the power of storytelling, she transitioned from a talent agent into a
producer role, founding Sow Good Entertainment which reflects her deep understanding of the transformative power of film. Determined to make a positive impact, she set out to sow good seeds in the fertile soil of the entertainment industry. Her mission was clear: to showcase stories that had remained untold and to amplify the voices of storytellers who had yet to be heard. As Patti navigates the ever-changing landscape of entertainment, she is determined to build her legacy on her resilience, creativity, and unwavering commitment to the ever-evolving landscape of entertainment.


Christine Swanson

Director. Writer. Producer

A visionary storyteller from Detroit, multiple award-winning director Christine Swanson earned her MFA in Film from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Christine also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame double majoring in Communications and Japanese.


Christine’s movie directing credits include the network and cable television records breaking The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel, starring Aunjanue Ellis. The film won “Best TV Movie” from the African American Film Critics Association and the Satellite TV Award for “Best Television Movie.” The film was nominated for five NAACP Image Awards including “Outstanding Directing in a Television Motion Picture” for Christine and a Critics’ Choice Awards Nomination for “Best Television Movie.” Christine has also directed All About You, All About Us, To Hell and Back, Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story (which broke network ratings as the most watched original movie in the network’s history) and For the the Love of Ruth, for which Christine earned an NAACP Image Award nomination for “Outstanding Directing in a Television Motion Picture.” In addition to writing the above movies, Christine was a screenwriter for Woman Thou Art Loosed. Christine’s television directing credits include episodes of Chicago P.D., FBI, P-Valley, MacGyver, All American, Roswell, New Mexico and Homecoming. Christine resides in LA with her husband and four amazing children.


You want to share or get more information about the film. Connect with us.

bottom of page