Lost Angeles Ward
A hard look at life in sometimes glamorous but always gritty Los Angeles to reveal the stories overlooked when the silver screen goes blank. Beyond the Hollywood glitz and glamour lies a graveyard of lost souls and fallen angels in LOST ANGELES WARD…
A hard look at life in sometimes glamorous but always gritty Los Angeles to reveal the stories overlooked when the silver screen goes blank. Beyond the Hollywood glitz and glamour lies a graveyard of lost souls and fallen angels in LOST ANGELES WARD that Layla Alvarez (Jade Puga) tries to expose at all costs including possibly her life. An Original Web Series produced by Safada Y Sano Films. Created by Jade Puga and Richard Montes.
“Lost Angeles Ward the new webseries by Safada Y Sano Productions is a facinating look into the unglamorous underbelly of the City of Angels. This issue driven webseries is a major undertaking for a small production company, but they are up for the challenge and deliver a production that could easily be on network T.V.” ---Bel Hernandez Castillo, CEO and Publisher of Latin Heat Magazine
“A scarily creepy glimpse of an unsettling future urban landscape, Lost Angeles Ward took me right out my comfort zone. I couldn’t look away!”
--- Abelardo de la Peña Jr., el editor of LatinoLA.com
“Lost Angeles Ward is cinematically enthralling and Mysterious with rich colorful characters! Tense, defiant. The Direction is spot on! Takes the viewer exactly where they need to be.”
---Richard Yniquez Actor and Director
“Lost Angeles Ward brings relevant social issues to the forefront…the director of photography and acting were great…this show is interesting, necessary and important…people want to turn there back but you can’t…it was horrible to watch but you have to see it…very very important.”
--- Ellen Gerstein Actor, Writer, Director
"Lost Angeles Ward exposes the gritty side of L.A.'s glamorous facade. It is a brave and creative expulsion of the plight of our homeless... with a new and dangerous twist. I'm hooked after watching the first webisode... an entertaining diversion packed with a punch of what probably is more real than fiction."
---Elia Esparza, Editor of Latin Heat Online, Blogger of Latinowood
LOST ANGELES WARD - I found this to be an intense mixture of mysterious scenarios, shady characters, uneasy tension, and an eerie sound-scape (which causes the experience to become even more hallucinatory). After a couple viewings it has spun a web of intrigue that I look forward to following down the seedy rabbit hole. In just three episodes it has piqued my curiosity for more.