Cameron Brunt Has His Eyes Wide Open To Make Films
We sat down with a young and emerging writer and director Cameron Brunt, that has passion plus for the world of film and loves the local film industry. He tells us a bit of what his first short film is about and a little story as to what James Cameron Director and Writer, says to him as to a great chance meeting he had while at a after party in Sydney. He is 16 with a appetite to become famous and to direct and write films that are drama base, and with the support of Dad he hopes to make good while in LA over the next 2 years.
The short film “BROTHERS” is a hard hitting story about two brothers in the world of crime and how terribly it can rob you.
MITCH (Nick Allen-Ducat) goes to his older brother JACK (Andy Sparnon) looking for an opportunity to score some easy money. Jack lets him on a bank heist which can’t go wrong – but it does go wrong and Mitch has to learn to survive in a very different world.
16 year old Writer / Director Cameron Brunt was born in England and raised in Australia where he started making wildlife documentaries with his sister at age 8. Cameron is now making short films with actors such as Christopher Sommers (THE WATER DIVINER, PREDESTINATION), Mark Hembrow (SWIMMING UPSTREAM, HEAVEN’S BURNING, RETURN TO SNOWY RIVER), and Joss McWilliam (HOME AND AWAY, WATER RATS) and working alongside the highly professional cinematographer Andrew Conder (24, SECRETS & LIES and I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE!).
Cameron is spending the next year in Los Angeles to develop further a feature he has inspired and is at second draft stage with one of the top Hollywood agents. Cameron would like to shoot the film in Queensland.