Listen to Surrogate Valentine (single) by Goh Nakamura.
…if a future archaeologist were to reconstruct San Francisco’s indie...– -The Province
If the team clearly had a lot of fun cranking up the weird with Daylight...– Straight.com
The collaboration between filmmaker Dave Boyle with a brave performance by Goh...– Daylight Savings 2012 Review - The Film Stage
Daylight Savings is a lovely study of the creative process; losing oneself in...– Daylight Savings 2012 Review - The Film Stage
Ethnicity is, however, a total non-factor in the narrative; Goh is not an...– Daylight Savings review by Smells Like Screen Spirit
Daylight Savings screens at the 36th Cleveland... →
CIFF favorite Dave Boyle brings back his unique style of storytelling in what can be considered “Surrogate Valentine 2.”
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Bill Otto’s crisp monochrome lensing highlights a well-turned low-budget...– Variety Reviews ‘Daylight Savings’
Goh Nakamura and Dave Boyle Spring Ahead with... →
Shot in 15 days, the film once more sees the fictional Nakamura looking for love while on tour, losing his way on a detour through the California desert before his ultimate destination of Las Vegas. Shortly before their premiere at this year’s festival, Boyle and Nakamura talked about their innovative self-distribution of “Valentine,” what sci-fi epic was the surprising inspiration for “Savings,”...
SXSW 2012 Review: DAYLIGHT SAVINGS, More Low-key,... →
Less a sequel to Surrogate Valentine than another chapter in the life of an itinerant musician, Dave Boyle’s Daylight Savings is charming, low-key, and self-effacing, reflecting the appealing on-screen personality of Goh Nakamura.
Five Questions with "DAYLIGHT SAVINGS" Director... →
The indie film world doesn’t commonly produce sequels (Linklater and Solondz being the obvious exceptions), and it’s even rarer to see one come as quickly as Daylight Savings does. Returning to the characters he first explored in last year’s Surrogate Valentine, namely singer-songwriter Goh Nakamura, playing a fictionalized version of himself here, Savings premieres tonight in...
Lost in Reviews: An Interview with Daylight... →
Dig In Magazine Interview with Director Dave Boyle
Dig In Magazine: When did you begin your film career?
Dave Boyle: My first job in the film industry was on a film called "Church Ball." I was a security guard, in charge of watching the equipment at night. This was in 2005 or 2006 I believe.
Daylight Savings” was shot in 15 days during a road trip that took...– Goh Nakamura-Starring Film ‘Daylight Savings’ One of 74 To Premiere at SXSW
“Motion From the Music Picture”, a new Kickstarter project by Goh Nakamura featuring the soundtracks from SURROGATE VALENTINE and DAYLIGHT SAVINGS.
“I have a long playlist on my ipod that I call “the song graveyard” of old unfinished verses,choruses and riffs. It’s a musical “to do” list that I consult every now and then. One of the songs on there was a sad tune that started with the words “Here’s A Secret”… but then ended in gibberish. Songs can stay in this suspended state for...
A mini-doc of our premiere at SXSW! Shot and edited by Filming Docs.
How Dave Boyle and Goh Nakamura met.