Director of SAVING SHILOH, ALICE UPSIDE DOWN, and the new drama EVAN’S CRIME

Filmmaker Sandy Tung has had a long and respectable career in independent filmmaking.  Best known by many for his family films such as Shiloh 2: Shiloh SeasonAlice Upside Down, and the award-winning Saving Shiloh, Sandy now ventures into edgier territory with his new adult drama, Evan’s Crime.

In this newly recorded audio interview, Sandy speaks to Jim Tudor about Evan’s Crime, why he made it, and working with the stars of the film Douglas Smith and David Arquette.  The pair also recall the production of Saving Shiloh and Alice Upside Down, which Jim worked on as a key part of the Art Department crews.

For more on Evan’s Crime, read Jim’s review.