"Still Life" is a short film that seeks to find the connection between creativity and everyday moments, set against the backdrop of New York City. Directed and Shot by Charles Frank and Jake Oleson. Starring Chris Trindade Written by Kyle Harper Voiceover by Beau Stephenson Produced by Andrew Hutcheson. Music by Philip Glass & Adam Taylor Sound Design by Stranded On a Planet Studios. Special Thanks: Kelsey Lynn Stokes Colin Levy
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