Media Alert/Screening Invite: WHERE DREAMS REST World Premiere

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MEDIA ALERT | SPECIAL SCREENING INVITE

You are cordially invited to the World Premiere of WHERE DREAMS REST

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WHAT: WORLD PREMIERE of WHERE DREAMS REST

WHEN: Sunday, September 30th @ 4:15pm

WHERE: Wilshire Screening Room, 8670 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California 90211 United States

WHY: To celebrate the World Premiere of Where Dreams Rest at the 10th Annual Lady Filmmakers Festival.

INTERVIEWS: We'll have the filmmakers available if you'd like to do something with them, interview, meet, or we can arrange those by phone if needed.

Let us know if you prefer a secure screening link as well.

All the best and hope to hear from you!


PRESS RELEASE

World Premiere
WHERE DREAMS REST
Lady Filmmakers Festival


Click here to view the trailer @ https://pro.imdb.com/title/tt8237236/videos

LOS ANGELES (September 18, 2018) -- WHERE DREAMS REST makes its World Premiere film screening at the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday, September 30, 2018. WHERE DREAMS REST is a film about immigration following a Chinese woman named Ah Wei played by Michelle Sun (White Bird, Gold Fortune) with a dream of reaching the United States and reuniting with her husband Lao Ge played by Zhan Wang(Binghamton).

WHERE DREAMS REST is written and directed by Elaine Wong (Three Chen Sisters) an MFA Film and Television Production graduate of USC along with Bachelor of Art degree in Literary Journalism from University of California, Irvine. "I know first-hand what it is like to leave a hometown, to experience the cost of immigrating, and dealing with the continual struggles to make sense of one’s identity while assimilating to this country," declared Wong.

Chinese migrants endure a dangerous journey by paying large sums of money to Snakeheads (smugglers) as they make their way through China to enter the U.S. through the Mexican border, so they can send money back home and have a better life.

"It was a fun experience to act within the tunnels for the film. I got a realistic impression of what it is like to cross the Mexico-U.S. border via an underground tunnel. I kept thinking about freedom and living in America," declared Ricardo Soto who played Mexican immigrant Carlos.

Partial cast members include Rob Lo (A Doll's Hug), Matthew Floyd Miller (Gun Woman), Zhan Wang (Empty Skies), Stacey Patino (Roses are Red), Charles Philip Campuzano (The Tragedy of Jimmy Jimmy Kates), Hector de Leon (Ribs), and Shawn Davis Mooney (Where Dreams Rest).

Michelle Sun is a SAG-AFTRA actress and repped by First Class Talent Agency.
Rob Lo is repped by Henderson Represents, Inc (HRI Talent).
Matthew Floyd Miller is a SAG-AFTRA actor and repped by Brown Young Smith & Buchanan Talent Agency.
Stacey Patino is repped by DPM Talent Agency.

Producers are Ariel Du (Sound of New Year), Lareina Joelle (The Purple Iris), Cecilia Hua (Where Are You From), Gisele Tong (Spring Flower), composer Peter Lam (Baywatch), cinematographer Ante Cheng (Gook), editor Mengxue Hou (Spring Flower), casting director Jamie Cunxia Wang (Li Shan), costume designer Leila M. Li (OH MY GOD), assistant director Eelum Dixit (Kintsugi), and assistant editor Kelsy Lua (Gawilan).

Ante Cheng is a Sundance award winning DP, while our post producer Gisele Tong is a Directors Guild of America (DGA) and Student Academy Award winning filmmaker.

For further information visit WHERE DREAMS REST IMDbPro page located @ https://pro.imdb.com/title/tt8237236


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