Bryn Chamberlain

Bryn Chamberlain

StillREEL FILMS
Screenwriter and Filmmaker

Toronto, Canada

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September 2018
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About Bryn

BRYN IS A WRITER AND FILMMAKER CURRENTLY WORKING OUT OF TORONTO CANADA. HIS LATEST PUBLICATION "OLD BLUE" WAS FEATURED IN BANDIT FICTION (UK) SUMMER 2018. BRYN HAS NUMEROUS COMPLETED SCREENPLAYS AND DRAWS ON HIS MANY LIFE EXPERIENCES TO ENRICH HIS WRITING.

Unique traits: Innate storyteller and keen observer of the human spirit with a good judge of character developed over a lifetime of global travels and life experiences. I have a natural ability to troubleshoot mechanical and / or technical issues and restore vintage motorbikes as a result. Love to fix 'em but they're dangerous to ride.

Loglines

  • Savage

    Savage Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy Drama The Art of Living is Living in Art.   An aspiring artist retreats into her vivid imagination in order to survive a hostile world. The characters of her canvases ~  the wild beasts of Africa, exist along side her while she navigates New York’s ferociously territorial art world. When a callous young actor cons her by posing as an influential critic, her imaginary support group springs into action. Ultimately, the cruel prank backfires when the actor discovers her astounding creative genius. Stepping through the canvas, he delves into her mesmerizing world of beauty and vision, forcing him to confront his own mediocrity.

  • Rum Line

    Rum Line Budget: $1M - $5M | Action Drama Boats, Booze and Billions.    Savvy, sexy and right now, Molly runs the hottest Speakeasy on the Lower Eastside.  But its 1929 and her party comes crashing to an end when tough new prohibition laws kick in and cut off her supply to the liquor.  But that’s not going to stop Molly: not by a long shot.  

  • Burying Bob

    Burying Bob Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy Why Won't He Just Stay Dead?!?   A 20-something trust fund baby and his bohemian wreck of a cousin are re-united for the reading of their obscenely wealthy Uncle’s living will.  Captain of Industry Robert Crew-Stanton has built an empire based on his life-like robotics design and his lengthy will outlines hundreds of eccentric demands to be followed to the letter “or else it goes to DOGS!”.  If fact, Uncle Bob isn’t even dead yet, and has enough breath left in him to viciously berate his young nephews for being “total, utter, COMPLETE wastes of space." With their futures uncertain, the cousins  devise ways to get more than their allotted pittance of the billion dollar estate.   A comedic cloak and dagger ensues where the decrepit old man always appears to be one step ahead of the bumbling duo, … even in death. 

Awards

  • Belgian Short Film Festival; Jury Prize for "In Mary Jane's Room"
    (1997)

Education

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