The film I helped make, Unlovable, garnered some fantastic reviews at its SXSW premiere including Special Jury Recognition! Read the full features below, including a spotlight on director, Suzi Yoonessi, who also directed the Olive and Mocha series.
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Who is going to SXSW? The film I helped make, “Unlovable” is premiering Saturday, March 10th 2018 at 8:15pm and screening again Sunday, March 11th at 2:15pm!! The film stars Charlene deGuzman, Indie darling John Hawkes, and Oscar winner Melissa Leo! Congrats to Suzi Yoonessi, Charlene deGuzman and the whole crew. 🍾💖 And thank you Cassie Miggins for this awesome poster. You can find a full roster of cast and crew at the IMDB link here.
Congratulations to my “Unlovable” team (Starring: Melissa Leo / John Hawkes, Directed: Suzi Yoonessi, Written: Charlene deGuzman, Sarah Adina Smith and Mark Duplass) who won $10,000 in finishing funds from The Sun Valley Film Festival! Find all the details for the film’s first public showing after the jump.
A short film I UPM’d for, “The Chemistry of Love” is being shown at The Hammer Museum’s Flux Screening series next Wednesday (2/3). Join me and the director, Suzi Yoonessi, at the premiere of this charming film on the big screen. This short stars Charlene deGuzman and will be my third film shown at Flux. HAMMER SCREENINGS Flux WEDNESDAY FEB 3, 2016 7:30PM The Flux Screening Series at the Hammer presents innovative short films, music videos, filmmaker retrospectives, and the most interesting visual work from around the globe. We celebrate the new year and the 9th year of Flux at the Hammer with a program that includes the Los Angeles premieres of Sight Unseen by Joel Knoernschild, Suzi Yoonessi and Charlene deGuzman’s The Chemistry of Love, Terri Timely’s Input/Output, and AG Rojas’ To Üfor Skrillex & Diplo feat. AlunaGeorge. Special guests joining us for the evening include filmmakers Joel Knoernschild, Johan Renck, AG Rojas, Suzi Yoonessi, and Terri Timely. The evening will also include new music videos for David Bowie, Tame Impala, Miike Snow and more. Filmmaker presentations and a courtyard after-party, with DJ set by Marlon Fuentes, will follow the screening.