As writer, director, editor and executive producer of the dramatic thriller "Favor," Paul Osbourne has invested quite a bit of time into this project. His film has already been accepted to over 10 film festivals, including the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival.
This film follows a man Kip, who has gotten everything he's ever wanted: a thriving career, beautiful wife and an affluent lifestyle, all of which is put in jeopardy when the waitress with whom he's having a casual fling is accidentally killed.
Desperate, he ends up on the doorstep of childhood friend, Marvin, and asks him for a huge favor -- help get rid of the body.
This gruesome circumstance begins a series of events which unravels Kip and Marvin's lifelong friendship, leading both men to murderous acts neither had ever suspected themselves capable of.
Osbourne is also known for the acclaimed documentary "Official Rejection," which chronicled the experiences of independent filmmakers at film festivals. He wrote and produced the indie feature "Ten 'Til Noon" and is co-president of production company Conspicuous Pictures.
He attended the University of Miami; two of the shorts he wrote and directed there each won best picture awards at the university’s “Canes” film festival.
He lives with his wife, "Favor" producer Leslie Wimmer Osborne, and their three children in Burbank, California.
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