'A Picture of You' opens in New York City this Friday

June 20-26 at AMC Loews Village 7

Hey, film fans! If you're in New York City, I highly recommend checking out the theatrical premiere of A Picture of You, opening this Friday, June 20 at the AMC Loews Village 7 in Manhattan. Written and directed by my friend J.P. Chan, and starring Jo Mei, Andy Pang, Teyonah Parris, Lucas Dixon and Jodi Long, it's a great little indie family comedy/drama about sibling squabbles and family secrets.

This is JP's first feature film. I've been a fan of his short films for years, and I was really excited when he finally got around to making a full-length film. I wasn't disappointed. Here's the official trailer:

Here's some more information about the movie:

A narrative feature written & directed by J.P. Chan.

Theatrical release:

June 20, 2014 - New York - AMC Loews Village VII

Additional Cities to follow.

Available on VOD in Fall 2014


Kyle and Jen, estranged siblings, travel from New York City to rural Pennsylvania to pack up the home of their recently deceased mother. While there, they inadvertently make a shocking discovery that turns their world upside-down.

A serious movie about life that collides into a funny movie about death, A Picture of You is a story about loss, family, secrets, making up, and moving on.

A Picture of You is writer/director J.P. Chan's first feature film.

Starring: Jo Mei (forthcoming Adult World), Andy Pang (The Good Wife, Elementary), Teyonah Parris (AMC tv series Mad Men) and Jodi Long (TBS series Sullivan & Son)

Cinematographer: Andrew Reed

Produced by: Yasmine Gomez (TERRA COTTA), Robert M. Chang

Executive produced by: Duane Andersen (SURROGATE VALENTINE; DAYLIGHT SAVINGS)

Just so you know, I'm told that AMC Loews Village 7 is known as the theater "on the same block as Webster Hall" or "across the street from the bubble tea place" or "the one with the escalators." This weekend, cast and crew will be holding raucous Q&As at selected shows. So be there, watch the movie and be part of the fun.

For further information about the theatrical opening of A Picture of You, go to the Facebook event.

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