1. The state of being entangled.
2. A difficult or complicated relationship.
3. Scientific phenomenon that occurs when two particles are fundamentally connected so that the state of one cannot be described without the other.


While searching for the meaning of his existence, Ben Layten (Thomas Middleditch) discovers that he very nearly, almost had an adopted sister – and, with the help of his neighbor, Tabby Song (Diana Bang), Ben sets out to find this not-quite sibling in an effort to find out if his life could have been different.

When he finally tracks down his would-be sister and discovers the mysterious, Hanna Weathers (Jess Weixler), Ben stumbles upon a very different relationship than he’d been hoping for… Soon, Ben is being pulled back to life – dragged by Hanna into an exciting world of adventure and wonder and the seemingly impossible. Ben is forced to confront some dark truths as he faces the possibility that everything he thinks he knows about himself, and about Hanna, just isn’t real… and that life, and love, is a lot more complicated than he ever imagined.

Entanglement is a magical, impossible, all too real film about the things we keep inside ourselves – about learning to let go of our fears and about accepting the fact that, on some level, everything is connected.


THOMAS MIDDLEDITCH can currently be seen as Richard Hendrix, the central character in Mike Judge’s (Emmy nominated) series on HBO, SILICON VALLEY. Thomas recently starred in the feature films JOSHY (Sundance ’16), THE FINAL GIRLS, and THE BRONZE (Sundance ’15) opposite Melissa Rauch from “The Big Bang Theory”. Thomas has also been featured on THE OFFICE, playing the role of Dwight Schrute’s brother, and he was “Fuzzy” in the Paramount Pictures feature, FUN SIZE. Other film work includes: WOLF OF WALL STREET, BRASS TEAPOT, THE KINGS OF SUMMER, THE OTHER GUYS, BEING FLYNN, and SPLINTERHEADS. Thomas is a regular performer at UCB, he is a member of THE IMPROVISED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY and creates and performs comedy shorts with College Humor.

DIANA BANG was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. She got her start in acting with the Asian-Canadian sketch comedy group, Assaulted Fish. Since then, she has had film and television roles in The KillingBates MotelEntanglement and Master Cleanse. She is most known for her role as Sook in Seth Rogen’s The Interview.

JESS WEIXLER came onto the indie scene with her work in the feature TEETH (dir. Mitchell Lichtenstein) at the Sundance Film Festival where she was awarded the Special Jury Prize for Acting. She also received the Rising Star Award at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Her work also includes THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ELEANOR RIGBY: THEM (which premiered at Cannes Film Festival directed by Ned Benson) alongside James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain and Viola Davis. The original HER/HIM version of the film premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, and The Weinstein Company distributed last fall. IFC distributed THE FACE OF LOVE early last year (dir. Arie Posin), in which Weixler stars with Annette Bening, Ed Harris, and Robin Williams.


Weixler has also taken on the role of writer/director (as well as actor) in APARTMENT TROUBLES an independent feature she co-wrote, co-directed, and co-stars in with Jennifer Prediger. StarSteam Entertainment financed and produced the film which premiered as part of the L.A. Muse section of the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival. The film also stars Will Forte, Megan Mullally, and Jeffrey Tambor. Previously, Weixler also co-wrote and starred in THE LIE with Joshua Leonard and Mark Webber; the film premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival in the NEXT Competition. On the small screen, Weixler has been seen in the recurring role of “Robyn” in the CBS hit drama series “The Good Wife” over the last three seasons.


Other feature film credits include FREE SAMPLES with Jesse Eisenberg (Tribeca 2012, dir. Jay Gammill), BEST MAN DOWN with Justin Long and Tyler Labine (Magnolia, dir. Ted Koland), and SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME with Nick Offerman and Keith Paulson (SXSW 2012 Narrative Competition, dir. Bob Byington). Additionally, she was featured in ALEXANDER THE LAST (dir. Joe Swanberg), LAMB (SXSW 2014), PETER AND VANDY (Sundance 2009, dir. Jay DiPietro), and THE BIG BAD SWIM (2006 Tribeca) . She studied theater at The Juilliard School. Weixler created an impressive list of classical and contemporary roles including starring in Studio Dante’s production of SAFE and the Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre production of STAY.


JASON JAMES is an award winning producer/writer/director based in Vancouver and Los Angeles. He recently directed/produced the indie feature THAT BURNING FEELING (starring John Cho, Tyler Labine, and Paulo Costanzo). The film played numerous festivals, won Best Feature at VIFF, and was released in both the USA and Canada by eOne Films and Search Engine Films in 2014.


Other projects include producing: THE STEPS by director Andrew Currie (starring Jason Ritter, Emmanuelle Chriqui, James Brolin, and Christine Lahti), MOUNTAIN MEN by director Cam Labine (starring Chace Crawford and Tyler Labine), and the Carl Bessai directed features REPEATERS, COLE, FATHERS & SONS, and UNNATURAL & ACCIDENTAL. He also co-created and produced the CBC comedy series THIS SPACE FOR RENT.


Jason has previously been invited to attend the Film Independent Producer’s Lab, Telefilm/CFC/Just For Laughs Comedy Features Lab (twice), Toronto Film Festival Talent Lab, the Rotterdam Talent Lab, a CTV Fellowship at the Banff Television Festival, the National Screen Institute’s Totally Television Program, and The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television’s National Director Apprenticeship program.

JASON FILIATRAULT is a screenwriter and social-media hack whose credits include the award-winning web series ‘Bunny Hug’, the hit CityTV comedy series ‘Young Drunk Punk’, and the inexplicably popular Twitter-account @SarcasticRover. Jason is a graduate of the Canadian Film Centre and the National Screen Institute, as well as West Dover Elementary School in Calgary, Alberta.

AMBER RIPLEY joined one of the top independent film companies in the market, INFINITY FEATURES, in 2005 where she worked closely with a wide range of award-winning writers, directors and producers on Infinity’s feature productions in Canada and abroad. Amber’s extensive training in numerous aspects of development and production led her to head up Infinity’s development team in 2008. In 2009, she joined FOUNDATION FEATURES as Director of Development where she was responsible for seeking out commercially viable material and overseeing Foundation’s slate of feature and television projects.


Amber has worked as a producer on Rob Stewart’s award-winning documentary REVOLUTION, and also produced Ana Valine’s debut feature SITTING ON THE EDGE OF MARLENE that screened at the 2014 Vancouver International Film Festival and Busan International Film Festival. Amber is currently producing Jason James’ ENTANGLEMENT which will be released in 2017. The script was an NSI Script to Screen Award recipient and stars Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley) and Jess Weixler (Teeth).


Amber is an alumni of SAIT’s Cinema, Television, Stage, Radio program. She has been invited to participate in the National Screen Institute’s Drama Prize program (2012), Producer’s Lab Toronto (TIFF 2013), Trans Atlantic Partners (2014) and When East Meets West (Trieste Film Festival 2015).


In 2014 Amber launched GOODBYE PRODUCTIONS, an independent production company that collaborates with both critically acclaimed and emerging talent to develop and produce engaging films that connect audiences through powerful storytelling. Goodbye is currently producing a slate of projects that are at various stages of development and pre-production.