Dave Boyle

Dave Boyle
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Boyle (right) with Pepe Serna and Ayako Fujitani
BornDave Boyle
1982 (age 34-35)
OccupationDirector, writer, editor, actor
Years active2006 — present

Biography

‹ The template Infobox person has been considered for merging. › Dave Boyle (given birth to 1982) can be an American movie director, article writer, editor and professional. He has created and directed many movies that make use of mainly Asian or Asian-American casts, like the feature movies Big Dreams Small Tokyo (2006), Light on Grain (2009), Surrogate Valentine (2011), Daylight Cost savings (2012), and Man from Reno (2014), many of which have earned honours at film celebrations all over the world.

Films

Big Dreams Little Tokyo

Big Dreams Small Tokyo (2006), Boyle's directorial debut, premiered on the AFI Celebration in Hollywood, California. Boyle also superstars in the film as the type "Boyd." The film also superstars Adam Kyson Lee and Hiroshi Watanabe, who he'd later use on his following film, Light on Grain. Boyle also conceived the theory for the film while surviving in the Japantown section of Sydney, Australia. Lots of the individuals in the film had been predicated on people he fulfilled and interacted with while living now there. The film was shot in the summertime of 2005 in San Jose and SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California aswell as Sodium Lake Town, Utah, as well as the film was made by Duane Andersen and Megan Boyle.

White on Rice

White on Grain (2009) was Boyle's second film, which screened in a number of film celebrations and which also won Screenplay Honours at the LA Asian Pacific Film Event. The film also celebrities Hiroshi Watanabe and Wayne Kyson Lee from Big Dreams Small Tokyo aswell as Lynn Chen. Acting professional Justin Kwong in the film also received a Jury Award from your LA Asian Pacific Film Event for "Talent to view." The film also received an Target audience Award at this year's 2009 NORTH PARK Asian Film Event. The SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Chronicle's Jeff Yang also known as the film "a cinematic milestone."

Surrogate Valentine

Boyle's third film was Surrogate Valentine (2011),[1] which superstars indie musician Goh Nakamura, Chadd Stoops, Lynn Chen, Mary Cavett, Pleasure Osmanski and Parry Shen, and which screened in several film celebrations, including SXSW (South by Southwest Film Celebration). The film also earned a Grand Jury Prize for Greatest Narrative Feature on the 2011 NORTH PARK Asian Film Celebration. The film also earned an Audience Prize for Greatest Narrative Feature on the 2011 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA International Asian American Film Celebration, and superstar Goh Nakamura received a particular Jury Prize through the Dallas International Film Event for "Unique Achievement in Performing."

Daylight Savings

A sequel to Surrogate Valentine entitled Daylight Cost savings premiered in 2012, which also superstars Goh Nakamura aswell as Yea-Ming Chen, Ayako Fujitani (the little girl of Steven Seagal), Lynn Chen, Michael Aki, Jane Lui, Pleasure Osmanski and more. The film also screened on the South by Southwest Film Event (SXSW) and a number of additional film festivals like the LA Asian Pacific Film Event, the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA International Asian American Film Event and the NORTH PARK Asian Film Event. The film was also nominated for any Grand Jury Honor for Greatest Narrative Feature in the 2012 LA Asian Pacific Film Event.

Man from Reno

Guy from Reno is a neo-noir secret film occur California's Bay Region that celebrities Pepe Serna like a small-town sheriff of the city south of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA named Paul Del Moral and Ayako Fujitani like a Japan criminal offense novelist named Aki who also travels to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA to flee press tours on her behalf most recent publication. Del Moral investigates the "Operating Guy" (performed by Hiroshi Watanabe from White colored on Grain), as the name personality, Akira (performed by Kazuki Kitamura), encounters Aki. A secret soon unfolds including Akira, the Operating Man, and several other diverse heroes, including Derrick O'Connor as an elusive wheelchair-bound billionaire. The film premiered in the 2014 LA Film Event, where it received a Narrative Jury Honor for Greatest Narrative Feature.

Upcoming Projects

Other movies that Boyle is usually attached to immediate add a Japanese detective tale called Komorebi occur Osaka, and a film entitled Cover Band compiled by Matt Warren and David Zarif in regards to a tribute music group that dates back with time and find yourself taking the area of the initial music group in history.

Filmography

Big Dreams Small Tokyo (2006) - Article writer, Movie director (also "Boyd") White colored on Grain (2009) - Article writer, Movie director Digital Antiquities (2011) - Editor, Post Creation Supervisor (Movie director: J.P. Chan) Surrogate Valentine (2011) - Article writer, Director, Maker Daylight Cost savings (2012) - Article writer, Director, Producer Guy from Reno (2014) - Article writer, Director Producer

Awards

Audience Honor, Narrative Feature, 2009 NORTH PARK Asian Film Event, for White colored on Rice. Unique Jury Prize, Exceptional Feature Screenplay, 2009 LA Asian Pacific Film Event, for White colored on Grain (distributed to Joel Clark) Grand Jury Reward, Greatest Narrative Feature, 2011 NORTH PARK Asian Film Event, for Surrogate Valentine. Target audience Award, Greatest Narrative Feature, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA International Asian American Film Event (right now CAAMFest), for Surrogate Valentine Narrative Jury Honor, Greatest Narrative Feature, 2014 LA Film Event, for Guy from Reno.

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