Tribeworld have just released an update to their series of new blooper compilation videos from The Tribe, with a dual focus on Michael Wesley-Smith (Jack) and Ashwath Sundarasen (Dal).
For Izzy deserves all the awards it’s been getting. It’s simply a beautiful film you don’t want to miss.
The lives of a recovering addict and her single mother change forever when they move in next door to a widowed father and his adult daughter with autism. Starring Michelle Ang (Tai San) as Dede.
With the film beginning its film festival circuit tour a few weeks ago at the Ashland Independent Film Festival, For Izzy will next be targeting Los Angeles within the Asian Pacific Film Festival!
For Izzy, starring Michelle Ang (Tai San), will soon begin its film festival circuit run from 12th April 2018 at the Ashland Independent Film Festival.
The official trailer for the upcoming For Izzy, starring Michelle Ang (Tai San), has been released.
Fallen Stars is far from my usual go-to film, however, the journey about depression and the core sentiments of the story are all too familiar. Deep down we are all searching for a direction, for some form of purpose and meaning to our lives, and, even more importantly, for someone to share that journey with. I feel quite emotional at having taken that journey with Fallen Stars.
Michelle Ang (Tai San) stars in the all asian-american feature, For Izzy, as Dede, an unemployed lesbian photojournalist who suffers from addiction.
The Cast section has been updated with the latest movies from Dwayne Cameron and Michelle Ang, as well as some old appearances of Jennyfer Jewell and Drew Neemia.
If you love the ‘found footage’ concept and accept that, even in the most dire circumstances, the human race is doomed to stand aside and film the carnage regardless if a burning house is falling down all around them (and to be honest, that isn’t far wrong), then you are going to find that The Taking Of Deborah Logan is a really solid horror film.
Former child-star Monica is now broke and barely clinging to her sobriety when her father, who abandoned her fifteen years ago, dies and leaves her the family business. Starring Michelle Ang (Tai San) as Eva.
A poignant drama that chronicles the unexpected friendship that develops between Cooper, a melancholy bartender, who at thirty-six still isn’t sure what he wants to do with his life, and Daisy (Michelle Ang – Tai San), an extremely bright but socially awkward girl in her early twenties.