Friendships manage to get complicated in the weeks to go before heading off to college in the coming-of-age comedy, Banana Split. A trio of high school seniors, April (Hannah Marks), Nick (Dylan Sprouse), and Ben (Luke Spencer Roberts), are in their final summer before leaving for college. None of them know it at the time but their lives are about to get messy in these final months. With just months to go before college, April…"LA Film Festival 2018: Banana Split"
Anywhere with You (formerly We The Coyotes) dives in head first as a pair of young adults move from the comforts of the midwest for life in Los Angeles. The film starts as Amanda (Morgan Saylor) and Jake (McCaul Lombardi) set out to restart their life in Los Angeles. It’s not long before we see why Amanda’s family doesn’t like Jake. He comes off as such as slacker. We follow Amanda and Jake over their…"LA Film Festival 2018: Anywhere with You (We The Coyotes)"
Blending together sci-fi, comedy, and drama, The Wrong Todd has quite the absurd delivery in seeking to understand what truly matters. Todd (Jesse Rosen) lives in Providence with his girlfriend, Lucy (Anna Rizzo). When she’s offered a job in Seattle, Todd is hesitant to change up his entire life. He’s not entirely pleased at moving 3,000 miles away or even a long-distance relationship. Obviously, Lucy would like Todd to see where she’s coming from but he’s…"LA Film Fest 2018: The Wrong Todd"
And Then There Was Eve is one of the rare films that places the spotlight on a transgender actress in a leading role. Much credit should to go to director Savannah Bloch, who co-wrote the screenplay with Colette Freedman, for being adamant that a trans woman was cast as Eve rather than following the Hollywood trend of casting cis males as trans woman. Rachel Crowl shines in her role as jazz pianist Eve. It’s one of…"And Then There Was Eve was Worth the Wait"
Actress Auden Thornton spoke with Solzy at the Movies yesterday about her role as Angie in Beauty Mark, which is screening this Friday night during the closing night of the Flyover Film Festival. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Auden Thornton: Good. How was Detroit? It was amazing and I had a lot of silent F bombs but it was very well done. Auden Thornton: Awesome! I’m so…"Auden Thornton talks Beauty Mark, Louisville"
Anything will make its debut on Saturday during the LA Film Festival this and many of us in the trans community are not pleased about the casting of a cis actor in a transgender role. Written and directed by Timothy McNeil, the film stars John Carroll Lynch, Matt Bomer, Maura Tierney, Margot Bingham, and Micah Hauptman. Here’s where there is a major problem: cisgender actor Matt Bomer is playing a transgender woman post-transition. There are…"Anything, starring cis male as trans woman, to debut at LA Film Festival"