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WE THE COYOTES (2018)

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Sundance: Variety Interview

Feb 7, 2016       Filed in Photos ,Screen Captures ,Videos ,White Girl       Comments: 0

“White Girl” director Elizabeth Wood, Morgan Saylor, Brian Marc and Justin Bartha stopped by the Variety Fandango Studio presented by Dockers to discuss their Sundance drama, which Bartha described as “current and irreverent.”

“It has something for everyone,” Wood said. “The kids love the sex and violence. The adults like the important messages of race and gender. I think when people feel like it’s so dark or sad, I’m confused because I think it’s really exciting, it’s really fun.”


Sundance: 19 Biggest Breakthrough Performances

Jan 31, 2016       Filed in News ,Press ,White Girl       Comments: 0

Sundance has always served as a springboard to launch the careers of under-the-radar actors — just ask Michael B. Jordan (“Fruitvale Station”), Carey Mulligan (“An Education”), Paul Dano (“Little Miss Sunshine”) and Ryan Gosling (“The Believer”) — and the 2016 edition of the festival was no exception. Variety’s critics Justin Chang, Guy Lodge and Geoff Berkshire and film reporters Ramin Setoodeh and Brent Lang weighed in on their favorite breakthrough performances at this year’s Sundance.

Morgan Saylor, “White Girl”
The 21-year-old Saylor got her start playing one of the more reviled characters on television (Dana Brody in “Homeland”), and there will be plenty who despise her latest creation, Leah, the recklessly rutting-and-snorting young hellion trying to get her dealer boyfriend out of jail in Elizabeth Wood’s scuzzy provocation “White Girl.” But liking Leah — let alone finding her empowering — could scarcely be more beside the point, and the strength of Saylor’s performance lies in its defiant refusal of the audience’s sympathy as she plunges headlong into a whirlwind of debasement. The character may be awfully stupid, but only an actress of blazing intelligence could keep us watching.

(Source Variety)


12 Breakout Stars From Sundance 2016

Jan 29, 2016       Filed in Press ,White Girl       Comments: 0

MORGAN SAYLOR

There are so many remarkable things about Saylor’s ferocious lead performance in White Girl that it’s hard to know where to begin. Obliterating whatever assumptions you might have from watching her on Homeland, the 21-year-old plays a fresh-faced college sophomore named Leah who moves to Queens, falls for a square-jawed Puerto Rican drug dealer, and finds herself stuck with a kilo of unsold blow when her new beau gets pinched.

Saylor’s fully weaponized embodiment of racial privilege always saves the movie from sensationalism, even as Leah snorts her body weight in cocaine and tries to become the Tony Montana of lower Manhattan. Vulnerable, invincible, empowered, and pathetic all at once, few actresses have better navigated the difference between being naked and being exposed — and it looks like we ain’t seen nothing yet.

(Source RollingStone.Com)


Sundance Film Festival: Portraits + Events

Jan 28, 2016       Filed in Photos ,White Girl       Comments: 0