Dustin Brown founded the social-impact production company Dustin Todd Films at the age of 18. He is a writer, director, and film editor with a passion for telling character-driven, socially conscious stories. Dustin is a graduate of the American Film Institute Directing Program.
His short film SOLIDARITY was a Cannes/BAFTA/Clermont-Ferrand Official Selection and won numerous awards including Best Short Film at the San Diego Film Festival and winner of the Kodak Student Film Scholarship.
His AFI thesis film CLARITY, a thought-provoking sci-fi thriller, was featured by Film Independent and won the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Prize for a film that “accurately and positively portrays science and technology”.
Dustin wrote, directed, and edited the animal rights film Casa de Carne which went viral receiving over 6 million views online and won 6 Telly Awards. Currently, he is in production on a documentary feature on the animal rights movement and the narrative feature SOLIDARITY, which was shortlisted for the 2018 Sundance Screenwriters Lab.