Bronny Lane is an award winning arts professional transitioning into the world of film making.
A published writer and children’s book author from Melbourne, Australia, Bronny’s books are sold worldwide. Beginning her career in the arts and entertainment industry her work was recognised with an Arts Victoria Leadership Award and a Churchill Fellowship. Bronny is a classically trained concert pianist and musicologist.
She is a graduate of Melbourne University (B.Mus) and also studied at the Victorian College of the Arts and the University of California, Los Angeles (USA) where she made the ‘Deans Honors List’. She directed and produced the Australian National Academy of Music short documentary and produced the short film "Pop" which had its worldwide premiere at Dances With Film in Los Angeles (2016). Following this she wrote, produced and directed the short films “Meow Bow Wow”, “Bad Dad” and “Learn to Ride”. Bronny is slated to direct the short film she wrote “I Wanna Be Famous” this coming October in Australia. The feature film “Four Girls and a Motorhome” written by Bronny is in pre-production.
Bronny is also the founder and director of the Australian company Little Train Creative.
Unique traits: Classically trained concert pianist. Musicologist specialising in Popular Music. Experienced DJ, radio and television presenter.
Film (short) by Little Train Productions / Bronny Lane (Horror) Writer, Director, Producer An eager young suitor arrives to collect his date and finds more than he bargained for in a disapproving father.
Meow Bow Wow
Film by Little Train Productions / Bronny Lane (Comedy) Writer, Director, Producer A confused dog owned by an old lady escapes for a day of adventure whilst narrowly avoiding capture, he discovers his true identity.
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Producer "POP" follows the misadventures of Bruno the clown who has lost his mojo and lust for entertaining. Bruno performs a dismal show at a child's birthday party. Feeling burdened by his failing career, he begins to lose sight of the fun that is meant to encapsulate his work. Written by Karen McPherson
University of California
University of Melbourne
Victorian College of the Arts