Writer – Director – Producer
Edmonton born director/writer/producer JUSTIN KUEBER has had films screen all over the world and win numerous awards both locally and internationally.
Justin began studying History and Film Studies at the University of Alberta. With the tools Justin learned at his post-secondary institution, he set out into the world of filmmaking forming Guerrilla Motion Pictures in 2013. Since then, Justin has had the opportunity to engage and collaborate with many filmmakers and artists all over Alberta, Canada, and the World. In 2016 and 2018, he served as an adjudicator for the Edmonton Short Film Festival. And, in 2017, he was selected as one of the six filmmakers from BC and Alberta to receive the Telus STORYHIVE Banff Fellowship Program. In September 2018, Justin was awarded Best Local Filmmaker as part of Vue Weekly’s Best of Edmonton Awards. And, in 2019 Justin was a Quarterfinalist of the 2019 Academy Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting for his feature length script Chasing Summer.
Creative and deeply passionate about his work Justin has written, directed and produced several films, web series, music videos, and commercials during his career. Some of the most notable include: the Telus Storyhive funded, I Phub You (2017) which has screened at festivals worldwide, winning Best Short film at the 2018 Central Alberta Film Festival and receiving a nomination for Best Short Screenplay at the 2018 Alberta Film & Television Awards. And, his first made-for-TV film, On the Rocks (2016), which was selected to the Planet in Focus Film Festival Global Market in 2017 and was nominated for Best Original Score and Best Cinematography and won Best Actress Award (Carlee Ryski) at the 2017 Alberta Film & Television Awards. Most recently, his short film, Black and Blue (2019) has screened at over 20 film festivals across the globe including: Cannes, Edmonton International Film Festival, Montreal Black Film Festival, Regina International Film Festival, Australia Independent Film Festival and more. It also received four nominations at the 2019 Alberta Film & Television Awards including: Best Director and Best Screenwriter, and won (Geoff Manchester) for Best Original Musical Score.
Justin also directed an episode of Our House Media’s Airport Below Zero which premiered on the History Channel in September of 2016. The episode was about the Fort McMurray Wildfires.
Currently, Justin is working on several projects including: short films, Transition and Smile: It’s Only the End of the World. And feature length films: Chasing Summer, Black and Blue, Bardown: The Billy Buchanan Story, Paper Route, Unplugged, and a feature length documentary
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