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)"
Performance artist Vivian Bang spoke with Solzy at the Movies over the weekend about White Rabbit, Sundance, and Asian-American representation in film. Thanks for joining Solzy at the Movies today. How are things treating you? Vivian Bang: You know it’s funny, after Sundance, anyone from the industry who saw White Rabbit keeps telling me that it’s a game changer for me, and although that’s very sweet, I think I already shifted my career when I…"Vivian Bang talks White Rabbit, Asian-American Representation"
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"