Directed by Hanna Ladoul & Marco La Via
Stay Young. Go wild.
ACID - CANNES 2018
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Amanda and Jake are in love and want to start a new life in Los Angeles. Will they make the right decisions? The first 24 hours of their new life will take them all around the city, bringing them more surprises and frustrations than expected.
Cast Morgan Saylor , McCaul Lombardi , Betsy Brandt , Khleo Thomas,
Lorelei Linklater , Cameron Crovetti , Nicholas Crovetti , Vivian Bang & Ravil Isyanov
Crew Directors: Hanna Ladoul & Marco La Via
Screenwriters: Hanna Ladoul & Marco La Via
Producer: Raphaël Gindre
Productions companies: Studio Orlando, Noodles California, Vanishing Angle
Cinematographer: Stephen Tringali
Editor: Camille Delprat
Music: Juan Cortés
Sound: Jules Jasko, Thibaud Rie, Jeanne Delplancq, Elias Boughedir
A co-production: Noodles - Studio Orlando - Vanishing Angle
Original Title Nous, les coyotes
Length 87 mins
Format DCP | Colour | 5.1
Cannes Film Festival 2018 (ACID, France)/ ... more to be announced !
Hanna Ladoul and Marco La Via are both 27 years old but they were born continents apart. Hanna was born in Germany from an Algerian father and a German mother. She grew up in both Paris and
Normandy. Marco was born in Santa Barbara, CA from an American father and French mother. He moved to the south of France at the age of 6.
After studying journalism, cinema and history in Europe, they now live and work in Los Angeles, which they’ve called their home for the past four years.
In 2016, they directed their first narrative short film, titled Diane from the Moon and starring Spirit Award winner Mya Taylor (Tangerine). The film stood out in many festivals around the world.
We the Coyotes is their first narrative feature film, premiering at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, ACID section.