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The Painter (2017)

Artist Ian Lober is a ladies man and finds trouble over a jealous co-worker's unexpected love for him.

Completed On: 30 Jul, 2017

Duration: 7 min 15 sec


Country: United States

Director: Brandy Seymour

Submitted By: Brandy Seymour

The Painter Poster
Artist Ian Lober is a ladies man and finds trouble over a jealous co-worker's unexpected love for him.
  • Directors
    Brandy Seymour
    Hiding In Plain Sight Short Documentary
  • Producers
    Brandy Seymour
  • Writers
    Brandy Seymour
    Therapy Group, Grudge Match, The Decision
  • Acting
    Mahinder Rajput - Harshal Patil
  • Acting
    Elias Rousculp - Ian Lober
  • Acting
    Linda L Goodwin - Diana
  • Acting
    Liz Gaffney (Richie) - Jennifer
  • Acting
    David Gwinn - Stockbroker
  • Acting
    Tracey Gwinn - Boombox Lady
  • Acting
    Linda Browning - Newspaper Murder Victim
  • Acting
    Yury Khidekel - Bruno
  • Acting
    Earl Larimore - Voice of Detective Quinn
  • Director of Photography
    Danny Beane
  • Editor
    Crystal Ash
  • Film Type
  • Genres
    Comedy, Period, Dark Comedy
  • Runtime
    7 minutes 15 seconds
  • Completion Date
    30 Jul, 2017
  • Production Budget
    650 USD
  • Country of Origin
    United States
  • Country of Filming
    United States
  • Film Language
  • Shooting Format
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Film Color
  • Student Project
  • First-time Filmmaker

Columbus 48 Hour Film Project 2017
United States
Columbus, OH

Director's Biography

Brandy Seymour started as an actress starring in Horrors of War in 2006, The Rapture in 2007, and many other independent short films. She moved into the production side in 2011 and has produced over 5 short films, and directed 5 short films.

Director's Statement

The Painter was the first short film I produced and directed. It was on a whim while being laid up for several months with a broken leg after playing softball. I was bored, in bed, and then I got an email for a deadline for early bird submissions to the Columbus 48 Hour Film Project. I thought, "I can produce and direct a film with a broken leg. No problem." Needless to say it was quite a challenge. It was more physical than I thought it would be, but I had an excellent cast and crew who helped me get around, and helped to create this fun little comedy.

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