2019, Giant Pictures, 93 min, USA, Dir: Garret Price

From a prolific career in film and television, Anton Yelchin left an indelible legacy as an actor. Through his journals and other writings, his photography, the original music he wrote and interviews with his family, friends, and colleagues, this film looks not just at Anton’s impressive career, but at a broader portrait of the man. Born in the former Soviet Union to a family of artists, Anton and his parents came to the U.S. when he was six months old. He started acting at nine. He had a genuine curiosity and love for people, for art and for family- as well as a willingness to explore, and be open with, the darker parts of himself. LOVE, ANTOSHA explores his successes and his struggles, and lets viewers get to know this extraordinary person the world was cheated from seeing grow old.

2014, RLJE/Image Entertainment, 89 min, USA, Dir: Joe Dante

Max (Anton Yelchin) knows things aren’t working out with Evelyn (Ashley Greene), but he dreads breaking up with such a Type-A personality. That problem is apparently solved when Evelyn is hit by a bus, though after Max finds a more compatible girlfriend (Alexandra Daddario), his ex returns as a zombie, determined to hold him to his pledges of eternal love. “An efficient zom-com … the film switches gears between genres with Dante's customary ease.” - Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter.

2009, Paramount, 130 min, USA / Germany, Dir: J.J. Abrams

Director J.J. Abrams successfully rebooted the STAR TREK franchise with this rousing, critically acclaimed reinvention. Starring a cast of talented young actors including Chris Pine as Captain Kirk and Zachary Quinto donning the pointed ears of Mr. Spock, along with the original Vulcan, Leonard Nimoy.

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