The Still Life (2007 film)
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|Directed by||Joel A. Miller|
|Produced by||Joel A. Miller|
|Written by||Joel A. Miller|
The Still Life is a 2007 film written, produced, and directed by Joel A. Miller. The feature film is a drama that tells the story of fictitious artist Julian Lamont who struggles to pick up the pieces of his tattered life. A reclusive alcoholic, Julian creates a new art genre called Destructionism, and his works catapult him into the limelight. But as his success in the art world grows, Julian loses touch with the artist he truly desires to be, and his personal life soon tailspins out of control.
Having a background as a roadie in the music industry writer/director Miller brought a plethora of musicians to the production. The film features cameos by Dizzy Reed, Louise Post, Jonathan Davis, Josh Todd, Delaney Bramlett, Angelo Moore, Doug Carrion, Kim Shattuck, and Matthew Nelson.
- Jason Barry as Julian Lamont
- Rachel Miner as Robin
- Terry Moore as Mrs. Stratford
- Don S. Davis as Mr. Fernot
- Robert Miano as Mr. Rifken
- Holly Fields as Stephanie
- Jonathan Davis as Liquor Store Clerk
- Josh Todd as Hutch
- Razaaq Adoti as Rodney
Bringing many of the people involved with the production onto the soundtrack, the film featured new music by Dizzy Reed, Dean Dinning, Joel A. Miller, Adrian Young, Doug Carrion, Pete Finestone, Darius Rucker, Dave Sabo, Louise Post, Angelo Moore, Delaney Bramlett, Matthew Nelson, and Sonny Mone. The soundtrack was released in conjunction with the film through Warner Bros. in 2007.
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