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Gwynne Phillips in The Templeton Philharmonic's short film PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN WITH FLAMES. She stands on a beach at sunrise, in a green 18th century dress. Her back is to camera.

Gwynne Phillips in The Templeton Philharmonic’s short film PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN WITH FLAMES. She stands on a beach at sunrise, in a green 18th century dress. Her back is to camera.

Portrait Of A Woman With Flames by The Templeton Philharmonic

(Toronto)
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Synopsis:

Comedy duo The Templeton Philharmonic pay tribute to the award winning French period drama PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE. An 18th century artist is commissioned to paint a portrait of a mysterious beauty. The catch? She can’t see her face.

Content Warning: Swearing

Creative Bio:
The Templeton Philharmonic (winners of “Best Sketch Troupe” – Montreal Sketchfest, and “Best Duo” – LA Comedy Festival) are a female comedy duo that specialize in surreal humour, and unhinged period pieces. Gwynne Phillips and Briana Templeton have collaborated on many projects for the stage and screen, including ALASKA (voted “Best Worldwide Short” at JFL NorthWest), and THE WOMEN’S HOUR (which recently premiered at the Toronto Outdoor Picture Show). Phillips and Templeton are also the hosts and creators of the Audible series NONE OF OUR BUSINESS.