Gene Back spoke with Solzy at the Movies over the phone about scoring Shortcomings shortly after the Sundance premiere. Randall Park directed the film from a script written by Adrian Tomine, who adapted from his own graphic novel. The film stars Justin H. Min, Sherry Cola, Ally Maki, Tavi Gevinson, Debby Ryan, Sonoya Mizuno, with Jacob Batalon and Timothy Simons. Shortcomings follows Ben (Justin H. Min), Miko (Ally Maki), and Alice (Sherry Cola) as they…"Gene Back talks Shortcomings, Composing the Score"
Nicole Riegel and Jessica Barden spoke with Solzy at the Movies for nearly half an hour over Zoom on Thursday about Holler. Holler was originally supposed to premiere this past March during SXSW in Austin. The film screened for the first time in front of an audience during the Deauville Film Festival in France. Tomorrow, Holler will screen for industry attendees during the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival in the Industry Selects program. Holler is…"Nicole Riegel and Jessica Barden talk Holler"
Paul Feig spoke with Solzy at the Movies about a wide array of subjects including Holler, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, and Love Life. Feig is also working on a new film for Netflix, which is expected to be in front of cameras in the spring. In the meantime, Holler–written and directed by Nicole Riegel–premiered today at the Deauville Film Festival in France. Tomorrow, the film will be available to screen for attending industry during the 2020…"Paul Feig talks Holler, Zoey’s, Love Life, and More"
Holler, starring Jessica Barden, marks an impressive feature debut for writer-director Nicole Riegel in the Southern Ohio-set production. It’s no lie that manufacturing towns are among the first towns to take a hit when the economy takes a downturn. Jackson, Ohio is certainly no exception. For Ruth Avery (Jessica Barden), she’s willing to do whatever it takes to go to college and have a better future. Working with her brother Blaze (Gus Halper), Ruth soon…"Holler: Jessica Barden Shines In Nicole Riegel’s Feature Debut"