Now Playing: Love, Antosha
From a prolific career in film and television, Anton Yelchin left an indelible legacy as an actor. Through his journals and other writings, his photography, the original music he wrote, and interviews with his family, friends, and colleagues, this film looks not just at Anton’s impressive career, but at a broader portrait of the man. Born in the former Soviet Union to a family of artists, Anton and his parents came to the U.S. when he was six months old. He started acting at nine. He had a genuine curiosity and love for people, for art, and for family. And a willingness to explore, and be open with, the darker parts of himself. Love, Antosha explores his successes and his struggles, and lets viewers get to know this extraordinary person the world was cheated from seeing grow old.
Love, Antosha is now available digitally on iTunes and other platforms:
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“Love, Antosha” is a wonderful film. Can’t get it out of my head. Much love and thanks to Anton Yelchin’s parents for sharing his story with the world and for doing the Q&A afterward. No doubt Anton is proud. ❤️ @antonyelchindoc pic.twitter.com/weYLzsMjw8
— Justin Kade (@kadeshow) August 4, 2019
Gutted by the beautiful Anton Yelchin doc LOVE, ANTOSHA.
I thought I was one of his biggest fans when I wrote this the day he died, but it turns out there was so much more about him to celebrate. https://t.co/irKqRSn3dt
— Amy Nicholson (@TheAmyNicholson) July 26, 2019
Anton Yelchin getting his own documentary feels like a gift to me personally
— lemon brand meteor (@chunkingdepress) August 4, 2019
Saw the most stunning doc and you have to see it too. #AntonYelchin was taken from us too soon and that sentiment will break your heart, but also be inspirational as well when you watch @antonyelchindoc. Here’s my A+ review. https://t.co/qYsZOv9Bwx pic.twitter.com/YrgjVg1wCD
— Joel D Amos (@Joel_D_Amos) August 5, 2019
I sobbed through the Anton Yelchin documentary last night and then I watched an episode of Frasier to calm down. This is me.
— Joanna Robinson (@jowrotethis) August 7, 2019
.@antonyelchindoc moved me to tears. One of the best documentaries I’ve seen.
Here’s why you should go see it too: https://t.co/0hwVGfrmkA pic.twitter.com/kuZGoBku5Z
— Elex Michaelson (@Elex_Michaelson) August 4, 2019
It’s been almost 2 years since the last time I saw Anton Yelchin on the big screen. Seeing him again one last time was great. See @antonyelchindoc. It’s outstanding, moving and heartfelt. pic.twitter.com/xmqP5qT6j5
— Nien Nunb (@Nien_Nunb) August 3, 2019
A brilliant doc about the light Anton Yelchin shone for his 27 years. Followed by a q&a with directors he’s worked with (one on my all time favorite film) and his parents, Viktor & Irina. LA, thanks for this night. pic.twitter.com/F7DUwOGwUW
— paige thalia ✨ (@paigethalia) August 4, 2019
I need someone to go see Love, Antosha with me and hold my hand as I cry for 17 years straight
— ? your friendly neighborhood spider Katherine ? (@mskayteegrace) August 6, 2019
#LoveAntosha was beautiful, touching, heartbreaking. Anton Yelchin did Things with the kind of drive I aspire to. Don’t take your health or life for granted. He will be missed. ?
— Annie Trevino (@MeetYourMuse1) August 7, 2019