I've been directing narrative film since 1999, which includes an award winning feature film and numerous short films that either screened on national television or at film festivals all over the world. My first feature film Pro-Black Sheep won best film at the Black International Cinema Berlin Film Festival in 2010. One of my earlier scripts was a finalist at the 2005 Worldfest International Film Festival's dramatic screenplay competition, and one of my last scripts was optioned by Academy Award winning actor Forest Whitaker in 2012. Also in 2012, I started doing 2D Animation to add to and enhance my motion picture storytelling capabilities and options.
Name: Clayton Broomes Jr.
Lives in: Brooklyn, New York
Occupation: Animator, Director, Screenwriter, Story Analyst, Actor and Dialogue Editor
Unique traits: Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Flash, Adobe After Effects, Toon Boom Harmony, Maya, Adobe Photoshop, Aikido practitioner (Nidan)
Honorable Mention - “DRAMATIC DEATH” – September 2015 Animation Challenge
Best film/video on matters relating to the Black Experience - Black International Cinema Berlin, Ger
Nominee - Best First Time Narrative Feature Award - Pan African Film Festival - Los Angeles, CA
Top 10 Finalist - Dramatic Screenwriting - Worldfest International Film Festival, Houston, TX
Gold Remi Award - TV/Series Dramatic - Worldfest International Film Festival, Houston, TX
Film (Crime, Drama, Thriller and Short) Writer/Director/Producer A depressed, retired intelligence field operative must protect her naive grandson from ruthless hit-men who want him dead after he witnesses them executing his girlfriend's family.
Film (Comedy, Crime and Drama) Writer/Director/Producer Character-driven satirical drama about a young, extraordinarily intellectual "black activist" wannabe who is discovered as the political critic sending out anonymous emails that criticize today's black leadership. Instead of holding it against him, the black leader who finds him out hires his worst critic as a second adviser. Written by JunebugPresentsLLC
Film (Drama, Family and Short) Director/Producer A New York fashionista compliments a Hare Krishna on her sari. The ensuing conversation alters the fabric of their lives.
Awilda and a Bee
Film (Short and Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Awilda is aloof to her natural great ability to spell. She is coerced by her teacher to enter her school spelling bee. After winning the local spelling bee, a mysterious professor, Morpheus, takes a special interest in Awilda, and decides to train her for the next level: The BX National Spelling Bee. Professor Morpheus sees Awilda's desire to be a winner, but in-order to do so she will have to overcome the obstacles of a few haters, a "smart-Chinese kid" and issues of her own self- confidence. Written by Victor Cruz
Film (Drama, Fantasy and Short) Producer This is a classic tale of man meets woman with a twist. In New York City, a lonely older man wants to communicate with his distant wife. Elsewhere in the city, a lonesome young woman arrives at a crossroads in her life when she discovers that the only person she trusts has betrayed her. Then one day, which is a normal lonely day for him but a day of redemption for her, the two of them meet for the first time at a mutually beloved place: the Brooklyn Promenade. The connection between them is unlike any they have established with the people already in their lives. Now the young woman wants to continue on her path of redemption, starting with her desire to reconnect with her estranged parents while the older man desperately wants to pursue her. However, on their journeys, painful memories of love lost and betrayal as well as a startling realization lead them to the ultimate crisis and "a surprise ending." "Alone" is a film that demands our full attention, made in the manner of ... Written by Junebug Presents
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