Kip's perfect life is put in jeopardy when the waitress with whom he's having a casual fling is accidentally killed in their motel room. Desperate, he turns to childhood friend and loser, Marvin, to help get rid of the body. Marvin agrees which begins the unraveling of their friendship and ultimately leads both to murderous acts they never thought themselves capable of.
Paul Osborne Paul is the writer, director, editor and executive producer of the dramatic thriller FAVOR. Paul previously directed the acclaimed documentary OFFICIAL REJECTION, which chronicled the experiences of independent filmmakers at film festivals. He also wrote and produced the indie feature TEN ‘TIL NOON and is co-president of production company Conspicuous Pictures. In high school, Paul won the Denver’s Gates Planetarium statewide science fiction contest where his short script, THE FINAL EXAM, was produced by the planetarium and played to the public for four straight weeks. Paul went on to attend the University of Miami, majoring in both screenwriting and English, where two of the shorts he wrote and directed each won best picture awards at the university’s “Canes” film festival. He subsequently graduated Cum Laude. Paul has worked in film production, primarily as an A.D, and in post- production as a film editor. He lives with his wife, FAVOR producer Leslie Wimmer Osborne, and their three children in Burbank, California.
PRECEDED BY SHORT FILM
France, 2011, 11 mins, Color (Violence, Adult Content, Language)
Director/Screenwriter: Antoine Tassin
The 12th October 2006 in the morning, Ivan Bressler takes his son Lucas to have a picnic with his mother. Five hours later, Lucas and a 5 month-old baby are found by the police, alone.
After graduating as a director from 1'E.S.R.A., in 2008 and directing a first short and music video, Antoine Tassin presents here his second short, shot in the west of Paris entirely in natural light.