LA Film Festival 2018: Red Carpet Interview with Composer Annie Hart for Banana Split

In a traditional John Hughes’ high school movie, Banana Split follows two teenage girls who are in love with the same boy, but ends up being best friends without letting that boy know about it.

The film stars Hannah Marks, Liana Liberato, Dylan Sprouse, Luke Spencer Roberts, Addison Riecke and Haley Raam. The project is directed by Benjamin Kasulke.

Here’s the synopsis of the film:

High school classmates April, Nick and Ben are a close circle of friends up until the summer before college when April and Nick, who have been dating for two years, suddenly break up. As Ben struggles to maintain both friendships, he introduces his childhood friend Clara who begins to date Nick and covertly becomes best friends with April. Now Ben is stuck in the middle, hanging out with the two girls behind his best friend’s back. Plus, Nick and April still have feelings for each other. Now everyone has secrets and everyone feels like the third wheel. The group’s dynamics gets very complicated as they try to navigate their last few weeks together before leaving town.

Banana Split made its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival 2018 earlier this month.

LRM Online was briefly on the red carpet of Banana Split. We managed to catch up with the film’s composer Annie Hart, in which she talked about her style of sounds and music for the film’s production.

Check out our exclusive red carpet interview below.

Source: LRM Online

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