Brian C Miller Richard

Brian C Miller Richard

Construct Films
Director and Editor

New Orleans, Louisiana

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About Brian

Brian C Miller Richard was born and raised in the Cajun town of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. In 2009, he graduated from the International Film School of Sydney in Australia with a concentration in Cinematography. Upon returning home to Louisiana, Brian began his professional career by directing music videos, most notably directing the video for Brother Dege’s song “Too Old To Die Young” which was featured in the Quentin Tarantino film DJANGO UNCHAINED. Turning to the world of commercials, Brian also made his mark directing several American Advertising Award winners including “The Passion Series” which was awarded Best in Show. Aside from his professional work, Brian has directed numerous short films and short form documentaries.
Also an accomplished cinematographer, Brian made his mark with the Louisiana horse documentary T-GALOP: A LOUISIANA HORSE STORY, which was the 2012 Grand Jury Prize Louisiana Feature at the New Orleans Film Festival. More recently, Brian was awarded Best Cinematography at the 2014 New Orleans Film Festival for his work in Garrett Bradley’s feature BELOW DREAMS, which had it’s world premiere at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.
Brian resides in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he owns a production company, Construct Films. His newest short film “Atchafalaya,” has be making it's way around the festival market and taking in numerous awards.

Credits

  • Mest'

    Mest' (2016)
    Film (Short, Biography, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department A young boy who is abused at home and beaten up at school learns to defend himself but his hardships persist.

  • Sushi & Sauce Piquante: The Life & Music of Gerry McGee

    Sushi & Sauce Piquante: The Life & Music of Gerry McGee (2016)
    Film (Documentary, Biography and Music) Camera and Electrical Department Sushi and Sauce Piquante is a film on the life and music of guitar legend Gerry McGee, an American master borne of an American master, famed Cajun fiddler Denis McGee. Besides Gerry's session work with Delaney and Bonnie, John Mayall, Rita Coolidge, Barbra Streisand, Elvis and so many other influential musicians, his association with The Ventures since the 1960s led to his 2008 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The film blends interviews with the likes of Kris Kristofferson, Dr. John and Edward James Olmos with archival footage and stills and live action 35mm and Red cinematography to tell one of the least known stories of an individual who has had a major impact on the history of Rock and Roll. Written by Anonymous

  • Two Trains Runnin'

    Two Trains Runnin' (2016)
    Film (Documentary and Music) Camera and Electrical Department TWO TRAINS RUNNIN' is about the search for two forgotten blues singers, set in Mississippi during the height of the civil rights movement. With performances by Gary Clark Jr, Valerie June, Lucinda Williams, North Mississippi Allstars, Chris Thomas King and more. Written by Benjamin Hedin

  • Huevos Rancheros

    Huevos Rancheros (2016)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director Lifelong friends, Danny and Marcus must confront the difference between them that could drive a wedge in their relationship.

  • Atchafalaya

    Atchafalaya (2016)
    Film (Short, Crime, Drama, Mystery and 1 More) Director With his marriage on the rocks, an alcoholic Game Warden must investigate a mysterious call-out deep in the Louisiana swamp before a devastating hurricane tears through the area.

  • After the Spill

    After the Spill (2015)
    Film (Documentary and News) Cinematographer Ten years ago Hurricane Katrina devastated the coast of Louisiana. Five years later the Deepwater Horizon exploded and spilled more than 200 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, the worst ecologic disaster in North American history. Amazingly those aren't the worst things facing Louisiana's coastline today. It is that the state is fast disappearing. When on Earth Day 2010 BP's Deepwater Horizon exploded and sank many in Louisiana predicted it would change the state's coastline forever, both its economy and its people. How has the coast changed in the past five years? Written by Jon Bowermaster

  • The Giant's Fairy

    The Giant's Fairy (2015)
    Film (Short, Drama and Fantasy) Cinematographer A mysterious woman helps an emotionally struggling man, amidst a tragic event.

  • Rite

    Rite (2015)
    Film (Short, Adventure, Drama, Horror and 1 More) Editor Morality clashes with ceremony and things go awry.

  • Dandelion

    Dandelion (2015)
    Film (Short and Drama) Editor Two women go on a shared quest to find resolution and closure.

  • Below Dreams

    Below Dreams (2014)
    Film (Adventure, Drama and Music) Cinematographer Against the backdrop of New York and New Orleans, Elliott, Leanne and Jermaine question their ability to dream amidst a crumbling economic climate. Opening in the streets of downtown Manhattan, Elliott (23), living at home after college, is surrounded by incomplete projects, frustrated and in search of purpose. Simultaneously, in New Orleans, Leanne (26), an aspiring model/actress and single mother of four, struggles to pick up the pieces, presenting at times a clash between family and her ambitious career. Plagued by an unforgiving criminal record, Jermaine (22), a New Orleans native, shifts through his home town for what seems like a hopeless attempt at legal employment. After a series of rejections, he resolves to reinvent himself in hopes of successfully starting anew. Written by Anonymous

  • Love Me Haiti

    Love Me Haiti (2014)
    Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer In Haiti, Dr Jeudi Forstner is kidnapped and trapped in a prison cell under the charge of voluntary manslaughter. His wife, Marie Forstner, believes that he did not commit the crime. She begins a journey to free him. What she encounters would become one of the greatest true stories ever told.

  • Of a Promise Broken

    Of a Promise Broken (2014)
    Film (Short and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department A woman is tormented from beyond the grave by the ghost of her lover's ex wife.

  • Sunday Water

    Sunday Water (2014)
    Film (Short, Drama and Romance) Editor When a man looking for peace of mind and physical release hires a hooker on his trip New Orleans, lessons are learned, lines are crossed, and decisions are made that prove to be life altering.

  • You're in Charge

    You're in Charge (2013)
    Film (Comedy, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department In this ensemble comedy set in the heart of Cajun Louisiana, a haplessly ne'er-do-well son returns home from a year in prison, eager to redeem himself in the eyes of his family. Armed with the wisdom of 'the Quantum Secret,' and a whole-hearted but off-beat attempt at a viral internet campaign, he goes about reinventing himself as an alternative medicine doctor. Of course, things don't go exactly as planned... and it's not long before the whole family is embroiled. YOU'RE IN CHARGE is a film about mistakes, high stakes and never giving up... even when maybe you should. Written by Anonymous

  • Native Owl

    Native Owl (2013)
    Film (Short, Drama and Music) Cinematographer Native Owl is an impressionistic story about a young woman's journey of rediscovery. Anna has become a lost, desolate soul over time and reaches a breaking point, which brings her to physically and spiritually reconnect with nature. With the help of her new friend, Nascha, she sets out on a new path to freedom, enlightenment and clarity. Written by Anonymous

  • Cabbie

    Cabbie (2013)
    Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Director An aspiring writer who has become stuck behind the wheel of a cab picks up a fare that changes her life forever.

  • T-Galop: A Louisiana Horse Story

    T-Galop: A Louisiana Horse Story (2012)
    Video (Documentary, Biography, Sport and Western) Cinematographer Creole cowboys, Cajun jockeys, Cotton Knights and Mardi Gras revelers reveal the long history and blend between Creoles and Cajuns and the horses they love. This equine love affair began more than 250 years ago on the first ranches of South Louisiana. Creoles and Cajuns are some of America's first cowboys. Not only essential to hard ranch work, horses were often the focus of French Louisiana's renowned joie de vivre. T-Galop romps playfully across South Louisiana through professional sports to community ritual bearing witness to a modern horse culture that was born many centuries ago. Written by Anonymous

  • Hijacked

    Hijacked (2012)
    Film (Action, Crime and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A special agent's plans to reconcile with his ex-fiancé are ruined when she boards a private jet that is targeted by hijackers working for the same crime lord that he is chasing.

  • Miami Magma

    Miami Magma (2011)
    TV Movie (Action and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department Follows prodigy vulcanologist Antoinette Vitrini and her sister Emily as they attempt to blow the whistle on an illegal oil drilling scheme before it sets off the eruption of a super-volcano directly beneath Miami.

  • Mask Maker

    Mask Maker (2011)
    Film (Horror) Camera and Electrical Department When a young, deformed boy witnesses his mother's death, he comes back to take revenge on anyone who dares enter his property.

  • Soup's On

    Soup's On (2011)
    Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Editorial department Soup's On is a psychological domestic drama centered around the troubled marriage of Beau and Becky Bourque. Housewife Becky has dreams of becoming a successful chef and Beau has his own agenda. The couple's contrasting ideals collide resulting in a crazed downward spiral of unstoppable, turbulent human emotions. Written by Anonymous

  • The Journey

    The Journey (2010)
    Video (Short and Drama) Cinematographer A lone motorcycle rider discovers South Louisiana and himself.

  • SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories

    SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories (2010)
    Film (Documentary) Cinematographer Everywhere you look in Southern Louisiana there's water - rivers, bayous, swamps, the Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico. And everyone in Cajun Country has a water story, or two or three or more. Its waterways support the biggest economies in Louisiana - a $63 billion a year oil and gas industry, a $200 million a year fishing business, tourism and recreational sports. Written by Anonymous

  • Desert Rain

    Desert Rain (2010)
    Video (Short and Fantasy) Cinematographer Jimmy's world is barren. Having chosen to live a life completely devoid of water, he remains solitary until a stream of light interrupts his compulsive routine. Upon entering, the light brings along a moving image of a female synchronized swimmer. At this crucial moment, Jimmy makes a decision to embark on a journey of the paradoxical fear and fascination... Written by Anonymous

  • Hard Vengeance

    Hard Vengeance (2006)
    Film (Short) Director A man goes on a a killing rampage to revenge his girlfriend's death.

  • Little Chenier

    Little Chenier (2006)
    Film (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Deep in the bayou sits a floating town called Little Chenier. It is here that Beaux and his mentally challenged brother, Pemon, run a bait-and-tackle shop. Pemon is accused of a crime, and Beaux chooses to protect his brother at all costs.

  • Elvis

    Elvis (2005)
    Television (Biography, Drama and Music) Miscellaneous Crew A chronicle of the life of Elvis Presley (Rhys Meyers), from his humble beginnings to his rise to international stardom.

Education

  • International Film School of Syney
    (2006-2008)

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