Boy Vey: The Exodus

A La Toalla Productions

In association with Black Lotus Productions, Fat Addict Productions, Knock Twice Studios, CohortsPictures, and Cliffoisis Films

This film was made as part of the National Film Challenge 2006 by a most talented crew of over 30 UCI filmakers. Every element of this film, from the script to the music, was created on from October 23 - 25th, and contained the following competition requirements

Winner of Best Road Movie

Genre - Road Movie | Character - "Coco Whitman" - Massage Therapist | Prop - Super Ball | Line of Dialogue - "That's not a sin in my religion."

 

Credits:

Directed by

Michel Arkof

Produced by

Adam Angeles

Director of Photography

Koa M. Stone

Written By

Adam Angeles

Evita Huang

Sean Janzen

Christine Kim

Michael Philip-Gutierrez

Starring

Adam Angeles

Russell Bush

Ashley Cappel

Alex Haberman

Brian Colbert Kennedy

Billy McLellan

Desiree Rosen

Edited By

Brian Jeffery-Fellino Bautista III

Michael Sharr

Morgan Swift

Visual Effects

Matt McCabe

Dan Repasky

1st Assitant Director

Nick Rycroft

2nd Assistant Director

Rob Schow

Camera Operator

Nick Rycroft

1st Assistant Camera

Cliff Thenard

2nd Assistant Camera

Phuong Le

Alex Hsiao

Composer

Koa M. Stone

(Garage Band III)

"I Want My YHWH"

Michael Arkof

Russell Bush

Sean Janzen

Christine Kim

Rob Schow

Koa M. Stone

Choreographer

Alex Wong

Costume

Evita Huang

Script Supervisors

Christine Kim

Jenny Lewis

Sing-A-Long Coordinator

Morgan Swift

Credits

Justin Nagelburg

Gaffers

Alejandra Cisneros

Matt McCabe

Mike Sharr

Key Grip

Alex Wong

Grips

Brian Jeffery-Fellino Bautista III

David Doeum

Allen Ho

Soojin Kim

Ryan Reyes

Christina Winkelmann

Boom Operators

Justin Nagelburg

Cliff Thenard

Clapper

Jose Troconis

On-Set Photo and Video

Aljendra Cisneros

Nick Coro

Justin Nagelburg

Nick Rycroft's Personal Assistant

Jessica Arias

Wardrobe for the Editors

Emily Wang

Singing Coach

Christine Kim

Colorist

Koa M. Stone

Dialect Coach

Nick Coro

Special Thanks to

Tolerance

and

Equal Opportunity

 

 

Fall 2006