Martial arts comedy musical INNERSELF by filmmaker Johnny Wu Screening Event
Atlas Cinemas - Lakeshore Blvd. May 12, 2018
INNERSELF, the latest production from director Johnny Wu, is a martial arts musical coming of age story about a young man who was bullied when he was young and is now himself a bully. After realizing what he has become, he struggles to become a better man.
The film's Kung fu, choreography and vibrato coupled with the discipline to discover our inner self reveals the hidden master in all of us.
Filmed throughout Cleveland over the past year, INNERSELF features local talents singing, dancing, fighting, and having a great time on set. Credits include: Directed by Johnny Wu, written by Carson Parish and Johnny Wu, lensed by Peter Sampson, Main composer: Aryavarta Kumar with Valyo Gennoff and Jay Glover's songs. The talented cast features Jason Wang, Mikhail Tot, Rosy Hong, Terry Giancaterino, Kyle Znamenak, Stephen Haas, and Donna Williams.
Director Johnny Wu says, "The film tackles an important topic - bullying - not by preaching but in a fun way. The audience will join in the fun that the local cast had making the film right here in Cleveland."
The cast and crew were on hand for a special screening of this fun feature film in the large 400-seat theatre at the Atlas Cinemas Lakeshore 7.
View the INNERSELF trailer below:
Enjoy these images of the cast, crew and guests from the screening event.
Director Johnny Wu
Mikhail Tot, Johnny Wu, Kyle Znamenak, Rosemond Hong, Jason Wang
Mikhail Tot and Felicity White
Jason Wang and Michael Cline
Kyle Znamenak, Wayne Wong, Ken Kovach, Laura Masi Cline, Michael Cline, Porche Robinson and two daughters and Melissa Metes
Lisa and Wayne Wong with Johnny Wu
Dan Hanson and Johnny Wu
Michael Cline and Felicity White
Rosamond Hong and family and friends
Michael Cline and Johnny Wu
Ray Elkin and Johnny Wu
Johnny Wu and Ken Kovach
Michael Cline and Mikhail Tot
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