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Donny Broussard


Donny is an educator and filmmaker with more than 25 years of experience in the industry. He is a multifaceted creative force in the world of film and storytelling. With a journey that began with the captivating short film "This Way to You," he swiftly made his mark in the industry. His dedication to portraying unique narratives led him to craft the compelling documentary "Little Houses," showcasing his knack for uncovering the extraordinary in the ordinary.

Broussard's prowess as a producer shines through in his impressive repertoire of feature films, including the captivating "Sunday Girl," the quirky "Maybe Shower," the suspenseful "Presence," and the evocative "Pointe Noire." Each project bears his signature touch, resonating with audiences on both an emotional and intellectual level.

Not content with merely producing, Broussard has also left his mark as a talented writer. His comic book and short film, "Vamped," offer a fresh perspective on the vampire genre, blending elements of horror and humor seamlessly.

In addition to his feature-length endeavors, Broussard has demonstrated his versatility with a string of engaging short films, including "Caffeinated" and "Day Trippers." His commitment to exploring different narratives is evident in projects like the web series "Bounce Houses" and "Baseball Cards," which offer audiences a glimpse into a world both familiar and fantastical.

Currently, Broussard is making waves on the festival circuit with his latest short film, "Spooky Crew," a collaborative effort with his wife that promises to captivate audiences with its blend of heart and humor. With a passion for storytelling that knows no bounds, Donny Broussard continues to push the boundaries of creativity.

Donny Broussard
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