Susan Brunig fell in love with Cinema while studying experimental film at Binghamton University but she fell in love with storytelling while working in Post Production at Pixar. Her screenplays have won multiple awards-- most recently, the Table Read My Screenplay Genre competition with her indie drama The Surveillance of Ordinary Things.
She’s an unflinching examiner of human behavior through the lens of story and is committed to the power and necessity of diverse stories and characters. Susan is a Nicholl Fellowship Semi-finalist, Cinestory Fellowship Winner, NYWIFT Writers Lab alum and Final Draft Big Break Drama Category Winner, focusing primarily on female-driven indie dramas.
QUINN THE ESKIMO
When self-absorbed SF playboy, Quinn, returns to his rural hometown to repair his childhood home, he finds more than just a leaky roof. An eccentric mother, a condemned house and a drug addled realtor all work to keep him from the business deal of a lifetime.