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Nicholas D. Johnson And Natalie Qasabian Discuss Adding To The Theme With Missing | Exclusive

The two filmmakers, Nicholas D. Johnson and Natalie Qasabian from the hit Searching are behind the new thriller Missing. Qasabian once more as a film producer. While Johnson jumps from editor to co-director alongside Will Merrick. 

The Synopsis 

From the minds behind Searching comes Missing, a thrilling roller-coaster mystery that makes you wonder how well you know those closest to you. When her mother (Nia Long) disappears while on vacation in Colombia with her new boyfriend, June’s (Storm Reid) search for answers is hindered by international red tape. Stuck thousands of miles away in Los Angeles, June creatively uses all the latest technology at her fingertips to try and find her before it’s too late. But as she digs deeper, her digital sleuthing raises more questions than answers…and when June unravels secrets about her mom, she discovers that she never really knew her at all.

Ken Leung como “Kevin” y Nia Long como “Grace” en Missing | Cortesía de Sony Pictures Entertainment

The writer, director and editor Nicholas D. Johnson graduated from USC School of Cinematic. After graduating he participated in several projects as an editor and cinematographer. Johnson was involved in editing and was a director of virtual photography of Searching. Searching was recognized for the editing and visual style during its Sundance showing

Also Read Storm Reid Shared What She Learned From Filming Missing | Exclusive Interview 

The producer Natalie Qasabian is also a graduate of UCS and received an MBA from Pepperdine University. Before Searching in 2018 there was Take Me and Run starring Sarah Paulson among other projects.In 2021 she received the Sundance Institute Amazon Studios Producers Award. Currently she is working on The Future Is Yours, based on the novel for Warner Bros. TV.

Joaquim De Almeida como “Javi” en Missing | Cortesía de Sony Pictures Entertainment

I was connected with Nicholas D. Johnson And Natalie Qasabian via Zoom to discuss the making of Missing. Johnson discussed making Joaquim de Almeida do extra work as a cinematographer. They both gave their thoughts on why adding to the Searching theme and more!

Missing is available  in theaters as of January 20, 2023

Source: LRMExclusive, Sony Pictures Entertainment

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