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Biography
A self confessed sci-fi buff, Quebec born Audrey Cummings graduated from Queen's University with her BAH before moving to Toronto. 

Audrey loves working with concepts of the unforeseeable future of our society, but grounded in reality and very character driven.  Her debut feature film Berkshire County has played in over 20 festivals worldwide and has won 9 awards which include The Grand Jury Prize at Shriekfest Los Angeles, several Best Feature Awards and Best Director.  

She has written and directed several award winning short films including Burgeon and Fade which won her the Jackson-Triggs Award for Best Emerging Canadian Filmmaker at the 2008 CFC WorldWide Short Film Festival, as well as A Stolen Moment and Battle for Arhur, which have been played in festivals worldwide, have won her several awards, and have been sold for broadcast worldwide.

Audrey was selected for the 2006 Director's Lab Program at Norman Jewison's prestigious Canadian Film Centre as one of eight directors selected from across Canada to participate. She was then selected for the 2007 Short Dramatic Film Programme as one of five directors. Audrey Also won the 2007 Kodak New Vision Fellowship Award for Best Emerging Canadian Female Director.

Audrey is currently in development for her second feature film Dysconnect, a sci-fi drama which takes place in a world which has fallen to economic collapse.

Other projects in development include the feature film Perfecting Chaos a sci-fi thriller, and Genome a sci-fi television series.


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