Sol Tryon

Sol is Mangu.TV's co-founder and partner.  His first feature, Bomb The System, earned him a Spirit award nomination, and with his directorial debut, The Living Wake, he was named the most innovative filmmaker at the Cinevegas Film Festival.
Sol Tryon

Sol produced his first feature film Bomb The System in 2002, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and earned a Spirit Award nomination for best first feature. Sol executive produced Adam Bhala Lough’s second feature film Weapons.

The Living Wake was Sol’s directorial debut and starred Mike O’Connell, Jesse Eisenberg and Jim Gaffigan. It premiered at the CineVegas Film Festival in 2007 where Sol garnered the Red Star Award for “the most innovative and progressive filmmaker”. In the fall of 2007, Sol produced the narrative feature film Explicit Ills about young love, drug addiction, poverty and activism in Philadelphia. The film premiered at the 2008 South by Southwest Film Festival where it won the Narrative Feature Audience Award and the Special Jury Award for Outstanding Cinematography.

Since he has produced and distributed the feature documentaries 2012 Time for Change, Being in the World and Neurons to Nirvana and the feature narratives Starlet and Here Comes the Night.

He lives in Ojai, CA basking in the glorious creative environment provided by nature and family, Sol strives to bring positive and inspiring stories to the world.

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