Variety shared a review of Ali & Ava from this years’ BFI London Film Festival.
Connie Farr handled the music supervision for this film.
“The film’s first memorable use of music comes as his car is being barraged. Ali puts on a track by neighborhood favorite MC Innes, and suddenly, the hostiles have dropped their rocks and are dancing along. The next time Ali and Ava meet, he has his headphones on, and she’s got folk playing on her earbuds. With just a little bit of ingenuity, they find a way to enjoy their conflicting musical preferences in one another’s company.”
Click here to read the full review on the Variety website.