Watch: First Trailer for Joe Swanberg's 'All the Light in the Sky' Indie

November 21, 2013
Source: Vimeo

All the Light in the Sky

Following the release of Drinking Buddies with Jake Johnson, Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick and Ron Livingston director Joe Swanberg has another film arriving this year. All the Light in the Sky played at AFI Fest in 2012 and follows Jane Adams (who also co-wrote the film) as an actress living in Malibu who faces harsh realities of the industry as her age exempts her from more and more acting opportunities. And things only get more complicated when her young niece (Sophia Takal) comes for a weekend stay, and has her confronting all sorts of fears an insecurities.Nowe have the first trailer for the indie film below. Watch!

Here's the first trailer for Joe Swanberg's All the Light in the Sky originally from Vimeo:

Joe Swanberg (V/H/S) directs All the Light in the Sky, which he co-wrote with Jane Adams ("Hung"), who plays a woman living in a house perched precariously on stilts above the beach in Malibu who clings to her life's ambitions in much the same way. With her age exempting her from more and more acting opportunities, her future is uncertain. That's when her young niece (Sophia Takal) comes for a weekend stay. The film captures their night conversations, fears and stories that emerge in the witching hours. Factory 25 picked up the film which played at AFI Fest in 2012, hits VOD on December 3rd, and will also be shown theatrically in New Jersey, Chicago, New York & Dallas. Go here for dates and more information.

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I love movies like that.

Quanah on Nov 21, 2013


I have loved Jane Adams since first seeing her as the doctor on Father of the Bride part 2. It was a smaller role, but she infused it with sensitivity and warmth.

kitano0 on Nov 21, 2013


She was great in Hung as well. It seems like every time I like a series that has lesser known actors, it gets canned. Alas, such is life.

Fatal Error on Nov 21, 2013


Looks good, but another film about actors not acting or struggling with acting...

Carpola on Nov 21, 2013



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