Vincent Papa as the Docent
Vincent Papa (Caserta, Italy) was born in Switzerland and has lived in Milan and Rome before relocating to Italy's Campania region (where his family is originally from). Acting and watercolor painting are his great artistic pursuits. "I think of life as a rainbow," he says, "and through art, I want to convey all the happiness that these endless colors offer." Influenced by classic Hollywood movies, Vincent began his acting career in the theater in the 2000′s with plays by Aristophanes, Shakespeare, Chekhov, and more contemporary playwrights. On screen, he has appeared in a number of popular Italian TV series, in the film The Awakening of Love and in Lucia Mauro's short film, In My Brother's Shoes. Vincent can currently be seen playing the lead role of Antonio Manetti in Paolo Sponzilli's new Italian web series thriller, NeroSeppia.
Joslyn Jones as the Nurse
Joslyn Jones (Chicago, Ill.) is a versatile theater, film, TV and commercial actress. She has received a number of Jeff Award nominations for Featured Actress and Best Ensemble, most recently for American Theater Company's The Project(s). Theater credits include Weekend at TimeLine Theatre, Flyin' West and RAISIN at Court Theatre, Relevant Hearsay at MPACCT, Once on This Island at Marriott Lincolnshire, 12 Ophelias at Trap Door Theatre, The Snow Queen at Victory Gardens, Crumbs from the Table of Joy at Goodman, as well as productions at Steppenwolf, Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre and Theo Ubique. Joslyn has appeared in the films Happy Hour, Daughters of the Concrete ,and A Killing in the Market.
Antonio De Robertis as the Man on Bicycle
Antonio De Robertis (Milan, Italy) was born in Milan to parents originally from Italy's Puglia region. While still in his teens, he started to work in engineering/architecture and, through night school courses, he obtained his diploma as a surveyor. Antonio enjoyed a long career in the construction field before embarking on his passion for the life and work of the artist Vincent Van Gogh. He is a much-respected scholar and researcher, and his work on Van Gogh can be found at http://www.vangoghiamo.altervista.org. Since retiring in 2011, Antonio has pursued a prolific career as a film, TV and theater actor.
Massimo Brusadin as the Tour Guide
Massimo Brusadin (Milan, Italy) describes himself as "by chance a man; an actor by choice." He was born in 1971 in Pordenone, in Italy's Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, and re-born as an actor in 1996. Since childhood, he has been interested in delving into dramatic literature and intrigued by the magic of being able to go from dramatic to comedic roles; rediscovering the strength of characters from other time periods; and reinterpreting them to make them relevant today. Since living in Milan, Massimo has worked as a model and performed in theater, TV sitcoms, short films, and feature films. He adds, "When art becomes a tool for creating something worthwhile, I take every opportunity to do it."
Erin Lovelace as the Server
Erin Lovelace (Chicago, Ill.), a native of South Carolina, is blessed with many friends and family who have supported her acting career over the years. She has worked with Wishbone Collective and Endpoint Theatre Company and also can be seen on Shape.com, The Onion, and an upcoming web series Sex + Love.
Giampietro Agostini as the Man at Train Station
Giampietro Agostini (Milan, Italy) is a longtime award-winning photographer who makes his acting debut in One Year Later. He was born in Borgo Valsugana in Italy's Trentino-Alto Adige region, and is currently a partner at Still Art, a photography and video production company based in Milan. Giampietro's photographic works show a deep interest in landscape and architecture transformation and the relationship between human beings, the place they live in and their everyday objects. He has published his works and images in almost 40 books and exhibition catalogues, and his photographs are part of public and private collections and museums.
Paola Corti as the Woman at Bus Stop
Paola Corti (Valle d'Aosta, Italy) is an actress, director, host at RadioRai, and co-artistic director of the avant-garde Teatro del Mondo in Aosta, where she was born and raised. She recently played the lead in Jan Fabre's performance piece, Il Re del Plagio, at AstiTeatro and at the Festival In Una Notte d'Estate of Lunaria Teatro in Genoa. Paola sings in the musical production, La Danse du Géant, created as a touring show for Mons 2015: Capital of European Culture.
She is a proud Pisces.