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An Interview With Edward Sylvan

With my debut feature film as a writer, director, and producer, ANGEL MOUNTAIN, I purposely created a community of characters from entirely different backgrounds. I wanted cultures to collide so that the audience could see how friendships and families can be so much richer if we just step outside our comfort bubble. The film also touches heavily on mental health issues that were highly taboo, especially during the film’s time. The same goes for the 45 minutes short BECOMING LOLA that I completed a few years back. The story deals with a fifty-something-out-work actor who is down on her luck. She doesn’t fit the mold of the “starlet,” but her heart is pure. She accidentally stumbles into a situation that will pull her into a world of very colorful and deeply passionate creatives.

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Edward Sylvan, CEO of Sycamore Entertainment Group

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Specializing in acquiring, producing and distributing films about equality, diversity and other thought provoking subjects

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