Bryn Gets a Life
|Bryn Gets a Life|
|Directed by||Cameron Logan|
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Bryn Gets a Life is a 2021 American comedy film written, directed, and produced by Cameron Logan, with story edits by C. Neil Davenport. It tells the story of Bryn (rhymes with win), a Deadbeat Record Store employee who is left in charge of the store by her boss, Boomer. When a rare, autographed, golden record goes missing, Bryn has two days to find it before her boss gets back in town. The film is set in 1986 and stars Hannah Lori, Susan Willis, Brandon Fields, Braden Bunch, Kaitlin Hodson, and Andrew Bearden.
Shot in late 2019, the film is slated to be released in Fall of 2021 after a short festival run.
- Hannah Lori as Bryn Callahan
- Susan Willis as Ellie Callahan
- Brandon Fields as Teddy Baxter
- Braden Bunch as Vince Martin
- Kaitlin Hodson as Marisa O'Neil
- Andrew Bearden as Greg Sullivan
- Steven Bagaria as Boomer
- Ethan Daniels as Kevin
- Ed McKelvey as Jeff
- Ethan McGee as Danny
- Roger Dorsey as Axly
- Alec James as Starlight
- Kate Dailey as Ally
- Paige Blackcloud as Molly
- Patrick Steed as Theo
- Paul Reyes as Father Tom
- Eddie White as Delacroix
- Sophia-Rayne as Young Bryn
- Bryan Easley as Officer Nash
- Erikson Lathrop as Security Guard
Production began on November 2nd, 2019 and wrapped up in December 2019. Filming took place in Edgefield, South Carolina, as well as Aiken, South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia.
The film is expected to be released online in Fall of 2021 after a short festival run.
Category:2021 films Category:2021 comedy films Category:American films Category:American comedy films Category:Workplace comedy films Category:Films set in South Carolina Category:Films shot in South Carolina Category:Films set in Georgia (U.S. state) Category:Films shot in Georgia (U.S. state)
- Brackett, Charmain Z. (November 18, 2019). "The Artside: Filmmaker creates 'Bryn Gets a Life' in Edgefield". The Augusta Chronicle. Retrieved March 7, 2021.
Bryn Gets a Life (2021 Film)
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