Daryl Wein spoke with Solzy at the Movies recently about the new film, How It Ends, co-written/directed with Zoe Lister-Jones. The film was shot on location in Los Angeles during the pandemic and features a star-studded cast. While it was produced during the pandemic, it is not about the pandemic. Instead, it is about the last day on Earth. In addition to Lister-Jones, the film stars Cailee Spaeny, Whitney Cummings, Tawny Newsome, Finn Wolfhard, Nick…"Daryl Wein talks How It Ends"
How It Ends is the existential comedy-drama (mostly comedy) filmed during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic that I didn’t know I needed. Liza (Zoe Lister-Jones) is on a mission to get to a party before the end of the world. Joining her for the day is her younger self (Cailee Spaeny). Because it is the last day on the planet, people can see her younger self. This film takes place in some sort of metaphysical reality…"Sundance 2021: How It Ends"
An official selection of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, White Rabbit is one of the more unique films to play the NEXT program. Directed by Daryl Wein from a script co-written with Vivian Bang, White Rabbit shines a light on a segment of the population that doesn’t have the opportunity to be represented much on the big screen in leading performances. Things may be changing on the small screen but there’s still a lot work…"Sundance 2018: White Rabbit great for representation"
The South Side-focused Blueprint is one of many Chicago-focused films playing at the Chicago International Film Festival. Directed by Daryl Wein from a screenplay that was co-written with Jerod Haynes, the film spotlights the Chicago Southside. Chicago’s Southside is one that does not have a great reputation because of the gang violence that overwhelms the news day in and day out. Haynes stars as Jerod, a daycare teacher. He loses a close friend and from…"Chicago Film Festival: Blueprint"