Life as an Orange Whisperer 2

Ivan must learn to deal with his new roommate, Zane's, antics over Ivan's continued obsession over oranges.

  • Ivan Montero
    Director
  • Ivan Montero
    Writer
  • Ivan Montero
    Producer
  • Ivan Montero
    Key Cast
    "Ivan"
  • Zane Plaster
    Key Cast
    "Zane"
  • Ivan Montero
    Director of Photography
  • Joshua Beightol
    Cinematographer
  • Joshua Beightol
    Assistant Director of Photography
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 35 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 29, 2019
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital - Canon EOS Rebel T4i
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Ivan Montero

Born and raised in Naples, FL., director and writer Ivan Montero has always had an affinity for the arts, specifically writing, film, photography, and design. He has done freelance video work for various churches & organizations in Naples and Fort Myers and has written and filmed his own short comedy sketches online. He runs his own photography and graphic design freelancing business and has written, produced, and directed his first short film in 2018 titled "EMOTIØNLESS," in which he plans to continue world-building with more short films and tie-in comics. In 2021, he graduated with his BAchelor's in Advertising & Public Relations with a minor in Graphic Design. He hopes to continue his education in the future and obtain his MFA in Creative Writing.

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Director Statement

Analyzing the culture we live in, I realized it lacks a crucial part of communication: storytelling. Humans thrive on storytelling, whether it is a story of our trip to the supermarket or a made-up story about an alien race who comes to earth looking for a single cup of sugar, but no one can understand them. The limits to our imagination are endless, yet the art form is dying. The age of mindless action and meaningless special effects are overtaking the place of a well-told story.
As an artist, I try to tell the best stories I can. I love the DIY look that indie filmmaking has and I aim to harness that style to tell the best of stories. Whether it be in film, comics, or photography, my goal is to never replace the value of a story for anything less.