False Colors is an ultra-indie low-budget feature film by writer / director William Norton, who is also producing it with his wife Jessica Goin. It stars Matthew Gilliam and Lavinia Postolache (Miss World Romania 2010) in a political thriller set in 2003. The story begins in Iraq where international weapons inspector Ted Keller has stayed behind when all other inspectors left in anticipation of the U.S. invasion. There he unearths something that puts his life in danger. He desperately returns home to the U.S. staying one step ahead of those that want him silenced, while unraveling the mystery surrounding his find.
William Norton discusses an upcoming scene with actors in False Colors.
Co-executive producer Jessica Goin readies actor Jevan Vu for a scene in False Colors.
William Norton frames up a shot from the back of a Humvee for a scene in False Colors.
Matthew Gilliam plays international weapons inspector Ted Keller in False Colors.
Lavinia Postolache plays U.S. Congressional aid Ileana Popescu in False Colors
Pave Hawks en route over Iraq in a scene from False Colors.
Matthew Gilliam, Lavinia Postolache and Bill Stevens in a scene from False Colors
William Norton watches the performance as Chia-Yu Chen frames a shot with Matthew Gilliam and Cameron Oro for a scene in False Colors.
Matthew Gilliam as Ted Keller in False Colors.
Bjanka Murgel in a scene from False Colors.
Andrew Montanez plays a private military contractor in a scene from False Colors.
Geralf Kindler and Matthew Gilliam in a scene from False Colors.