We lost Anton Yelchin too young, but the new documentary Love, Antosha gives us an intimate look inside the story, process and promise of a young artist. Producer and friend Drake Doremus and longtime editor turned director Garret Price join us to talk about the process of making a documentary of found footage and interview. What are the challenges in making a film like this, in this way? And how did they bring their collective experience in improvised cinema, narrative and documentary to Love, Antosha? Check out the film, in theaters now, or the trailer below.
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