Trevor. He's not a people person...
Trevor and his second wife Wendy live in a beautiful converted farmhouse in a remote part of Spain. They share their home with their house guest Finchy (now going by the name Lyn) and Antxon the local handyman who they think doesn't speak English.
Jen (Trevor's daughter) visits Trevor with Dave, her boyfriend. Jen's not seen Trevor in almost a decade and the father-daughter reunion is tense from the kick-off. It gets worse when she tells him that her mother (Trevor's first wife) is living in luxury in Thailand. Tricky news for Trevor as he thought wife #1 was lost at sea years ago.
Trevor follows six characters over three days packed with old grievances, new gripes, breakups, make ups and more. As the wine flows, and the sun sets, they discover things about each other that none of them saw coming.
This comedy drama indie film delves right into those awkward, cringeworthy things we laugh at... as long as they happen to somebody else.
Our Talented Actors
Hunter Tremayne (Trevor) is an actor from London who made his stage debut off-Broadway in New York and is often in Barcelona. He works in theatre, film and TV, most recently on ABC's Still Star-Crossed, and the film The Bookshop, with Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy and Patricia Clarkson, premiering in 2017.
Karina Matas Piper
Karina Matas Piper (Jen) Spanish born and US-raised actor, graduated in Clinical Psychology before forging her career in films such as Girl Gets Girl, In the Box, Realive, as well as TV series and adverts. She is based between Barcelona and Los Angeles.
Maarten Swaan (Dave) Dutch actor, musician and writer based in Barcelona. Maarten performs with his band Melou and works in adverts and modelling. He has starred in recent feature films Day Release and Realive as well as TV series This New World and RTVEs Reinas.
Lisa Coleman (Wendy) was born in Dublin, and moved to Barcelona in 2004. She has worked as an actress and voice-over artist for fifteen years. Five years ago she put her acting career on hold to focus on training in Gestalt therapy. Trevor, her third feature film, is her comeback.
Stephanie Figueira (Finchy), a native of Toronto, is an actor, voice artist, presenter and one of the founders of the Barcelona Improv Group. Starting her career in theatre and stand-up comedy, Stephanie has spent the past few years focusing on film and television.
Jon Iriarte (Antxon) is a well rounded creative entity. He lives to run with the bulls in his native Pamplona, as well as play with his band and act in the independent theatre scene of Barcelona. Trevor is his first feature film.
Carlos DomequeDirector / Producer
Carlos Domeque has worked in film editing for twenty years with credits in films such as Bend It Like Beckham and Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. In that time he has also directed and produced short films in London and Barcelona.
Georgina Tremayne writes for stage and screen. Her play Marie's Crisis Cafe won New Writing Award at the Leatherhead Drama Festival (2015, UK) and Madness Sweet Madness won production at 24:7 Theatre Festival (2015, UK). In 2016, Thelma and Louise - and Karen was staged in Barcelona and London.
Michele FalciDirector of Photography
Michele Falci graduated in 2009 from the prestigious Bande à Part film school in Barcelona. He has since worked full time as director of photography in commercials, music videos, documentaries and fiction projects.
Jeff Faustman is a Los Angeles-based Emmy award-winning composer, songwriter, and performer. His music has been performed in films on television, and at festivals around the globe.
Rita Martinos works in TV and film as a producer, director and editor for international clients in Europe, the US and the Middle East. She has produced corporate videos, TVCs and documentaries for companies including Philip Morris, General Motors, Microsoft, Danone, and ARTE. She has worked at New York's Tribeca Film Festival, and the Dubai International Film Festival.