Edge of Everything – Co-directors Sophia Sobella & Pablo Feldman

Straddling the line between childhood and adulthood, 14 isn’t an easy age for anyone, least of all Abby (Sierra McCormick, The Vast of Night), who’s forced to find her way in the world after her mother’s death. On the cusp of turning 15 and at a delicate moment in life, she’s forced to move in with her father (Jason Butler Harner, Ozark) and his younger girlfriend (Sabina Friedman-Seitz). Feeling alone in the world, the angry and determined teen strikes up a possibly dangerous friendship with the carefree and rebellious Caroline (Ryan Simpkins, The Fear Street Trilogy, The House), while exploring new personas, drugs and sexual experiences on the path to finding her place in life. Emily Robinson (Eighth Grade), Dominique Gayle and Nadezhda Amé co-star in the film, which also features Drew Scheid, Anthony Del Negro and Mike Manning. Co-directors, co-producers and co-writers Sophia Sobella and Pablo Feldman join us for a conversation on the process of casting the lead, Sierra McCormick, and the rest of the actors and how that allowed them focus their energy on the filmmaking process and the release of this award-winning film.


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About the filmmakers – EDGE OF EVERYTHING, from writer-director duo Sophia Sabella and Pablo Feldman making their feature-length narrative debut, recently captured the Panavision Award for Independent Cinema at the 39th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The coming-of-age drama stars McCormick, who began performing in film and television at a young age, and had a number of roles on Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader, Criminal Minds, Supernatural, Monk, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Later, she worked on studio films including Land of the Lost and Ramona & Beezus, and then co-starred on 62 episodes of the Disney Channel series A.N.T. Farm and the horror film Some Kind of Hate (2014), for which she was nominated for the Fright Meter Award. Most recently she starred in the Slamdance-winner The Vast of Night and American Horror Stories.


“Fierce, unflinching…steered by an incredibly intuitive Sierra McCormick”- High on Films
“McCormick gives a terrific performance…the story is told with confidence, and the teenage performers are first-rate.” – Victor Fraga, D Movies
“Plunges us into the heart of teenage turmoil.” – Chris Jones, Overly Honest Reviews