Deborah Chow is a Canadian filmmaker of Chinese-Australian descent, who received her MFA in directing from Columbia University. She wrote and directed The High Cost of Living, which won the Skyy Vodka Best Feature award during its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. She has worked as a feature writer on such projects as The Giant and Mulan, and recently attended the Sundance Film Two Lab with her feature screenplay, Low Track. In addition, she has directed extensively in television on such shows as Mr. Robot, Jessica Jones, and Better Call Saul, and is currently in production on The Mandalorian, the first Star Wars television show.