"To be an artist means never to avert one's eyes." Akira Kurosawa
Abe Callard is a filmmaker attending the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. When he was 12 his play "The Empty Bough" won a national playwriting contest and was produced off-broadway. He has a passion for filmmaking, and has made several short films. He takes inspiration from filmmakers such as Yasujiro Ozu, Alfred Hitchcock, Akira Kurosawa, Michael Powell, Asghar Farhadi and Abbas Kiarostami.
  • Director (4 Credits)
    Bunker 2020
    Short
    Delivering the Mail2019
    Student, Short
    Moon Bird 2019
    Music Video
    Guilt 2018
    Short, Student
  • Writer (4 Credits)
    Bunker 2020
    Short
    Delivering the Mail2019
    Student, Short
    Moon Bird 2019
    Music Video
    Guilt 2018
    Short, Student
  • Producer (3 Credits)
    Bunker 2020
    Short
    Moon Bird 2019
    Music Video
    Guilt 2018
    Short, Student
High School
University of Chicago Laboratory Schools
20052019
Birth Date
December 3, 2003
Birth City
Berkeley, CA
Current City
Chicago, IL
Hometown
Chicago, IL
Height
6'1
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
White
Eye Color
Brown
"To be an artist means never to avert one's eyes." Akira Kurosawa
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