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In 2008 she was one of 14 film students attending the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts in the bachelor of film and TV program in Melbourne, Australia.
Her career took off with the award-winning graduating film project (2009) which premiered to festivals around the world and won an honorable mention at the Academy™ Accredited Clermont-Ferrand Intʼl Short Film Festival in France.
The film screened Coup de Coeur at the 2011 Cannes Short Film Corner and was officially selected by Cinéfest Sudbury, Vancouver International and other film festivals.
At the 2012 Whistler Film Festival, Brianne was one of five filmmakers short-listed for the MPPIAʼs Short Film Award worth 5,000.
In a small town in 1940’s America, the local doctor’s home would be the safest place to seek refuge. This alternate history short imagines a world after Japan retaliates over Hiroshima with biological warfare. Connor, an injured man, discovers not only that the doctor is ‘out,’ but also that his wife is taking drastic action to feed her family.
Writer/director/producer: Brianne Nord-Stewart Writer/producer: Andy Thompson Brianne Nord-Stewart says: “ was written, shot and originally edited in 48 hours as part of the Bloodshots Canada Horror Filmmaking Competition.
She has oodles of experience directing, writing, editing and producing acclaimed short films, working with documentary TV series, editing feature films and, most recently, writing and directing music videos.Brianne is a talented young Leo Award winner who graduated in 2009 from Emily Carr University in film, video and integrated media.