Canadian-born Audrey Cummings loves making films that revolve around the unforeseeable future, with a special focus on sci fi and horror. Her debut feature film, Berkshire County, played in over 20 festivals worldwide and won 9 awards, including The Grand Jury Prize at Shriekfest Los Angeles, making her the first female to win the award in the 17-year history of the festival.
She also has several award winning short films including A Stolen Moment, Les Jeux D’enfants and Burgeon And Fade, which won her the Jackson-Triggs Award for Best Emerging Canadian Filmmaker at the WorldWide Short Film Festival.
Audrey also won the WIFT Kodak New Vision Fellowship Award for Best Emerging Canadian Female Director and was the recipient of the Barry Avrich Award for Emerging Canadian Filmmaker from the Toronto International Film Festival.
Audrey is a graduate of the Canadian Film Centre’s very prestigious Director’s Lab and was further selected for the Short Dramatic Film Program as one of five Canadian directors.
Audrey is in development on several feature films including Last Chance, Atropos, Dysconnect, and The Venerable, as well as being hard at work creating a one-hour sci fi/drama television series.