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Sebastian Jones, Ramez Silyan / United States (2019 / 115’ / VOSE)
With a unique blend of punk, emo and trap, Lil Peep touched countless lives through his words, his sound and his own being. This documentary produced by Terrence Malick is an intimate and humanistic portrait that seeks to understand an artist who tried to be everything to everyone.
- Director: Sebastian Jones, Ramez Silyan
- Year: 2019
- Country: United Kingdom, Ireland
- Length: 115 min.
- Original language: United States
- Leadings: Lil Peep
- Camera: Ramez Silyan
- Editor: Sebastian Jones, Kyle Seaquist
- Producers: Benjamin Soley
- Film company: First Acces Enterstainment
- Festivals: SXSW, In edit
Sebastian Jones is a filmmaker from South Florida. He studied film at the University of Central Florida before moving to Austin, Texas to work with director Terrence Malick on projects such as Knight of Cups, Voyage of Time, Song to Song and A Hidden Life. He now resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Ramez Silyan is a first generation Syrian-American born and raised in Los Angeles. After receiving his bachelors from UC Berkeley, he’s written and directed short films, documentary pieces, and music videos that have screened in competition around the world.