Love

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Love is a 2011 science fiction drama film produced and scored by the alternative rock band Angels & Airwaves. The film is the directorial debut of filmmaker William Eubank. The film's world-premiere took place on February 2, 2011 at the 26th Annual... read more

Love is a 2011 science fiction drama film produced and scored by the alternative rock band Angels & Airwaves. The film is the directorial debut of filmmaker William Eubank. The film's world-premiere took place on February 2, 2011 at the 26th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival and the film was later featured in the Seattle International Film Festival, FanTasia 2011, and a number of other festivals around the world. The film was screened in 460 theatres across the United States on August 10, 2011, in the Love Live event. Love portrays the personal-psychological effects of isolation and loneliness when an astronaut becomes stranded in space and through this, emphasizes the importance of human connection and love. Additionally, it touches on the fragility of humanity's existence (explored through a dying Earth-apocalyptic doomsday scenario) inspired by the cautions of Carl Sagan in Pale Blue Dot and considers the importance of memories and stories as humanity's legacy.

Original Release

02/02/2011

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Cast

Gunner Wright Captain Lee Miller
Wesley Sellick Dancer
Corey Richardson General McClain
Bradley Horne Captain Lee Briggs
Nancy Stelle Russian Astronaut Woman (as Nancy Stelmaszczyk)
Roger E. Fanter The Storyteller
Jesse Hotchkiss Skateboarder
Troy Mittleider Marine
Brid Caveney Retired Motorcycle Racer
Ambyr Childers American Astronaut Woman
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

William Eubank

Writers

William Eubank

Cast

Gunner Wright Captain Lee Miller
Wesley Sellick Dancer
Corey Richardson General McClain
Bradley Horne Captain Lee Briggs
Nancy Stelle Russian Astronaut Woman (as Nancy Stelmaszczyk)
Roger E. Fanter The Storyteller
Jesse Hotchkiss Skateboarder
Troy Mittleider Marine
Brid Caveney Retired Motorcycle Racer
Ambyr Childers American Astronaut Woman
B. Anthony Cohen Mission Control Chief (as Tony Cohen)
James C. Burns Late Night Host
Lee Bettencourt General McClain's Gaurd
Mark Eaton Crater Soldier
Olga Fonda Russian Girl
Brian Vanik Marine #2
Dan Figur Marine #3
Jessica Rizo Marine Wife
Allison Curtis Marine's Daughter Young
Rachel Rosenstein Marine's Daughter Old

Producers

Thomas DeLonge Executive Producer
Mark Eaton Executive Producer
Jon Humphrey Executive Producer
Angels & Airwaves Producer
Dan Figur Producer
Nate Kolbeck Producer
Chase Rudolph Producer
Vertel Scott Producer
Thomas DeLonge Producer
David Kennedy Producer
Atom Willard Producer
Mark Eaton Producer

Editors

Brian Berdan, Scott Chestnut

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