David Bruckner Biography
David Bruckner is an American film director. With Jacob Gentry and Dan Bush, he co-wrote and co-directed The Signal (2007). He also co-wrote and directed “Amateur Night” in the horror anthology V/H/S.
David Bruckner Age
David Bruckner was born in 1977 in Georgia, United States. He is 42 years old as of 2019.
David Bruckner Body Measurement
Jacob has brown hair color and his eye color is greenish blue. His height, weight, shoe size, etc. is unknown.
David Bruckner Net worth
David Bruckner earns his income from his businesses and other related organizations. He also earns his income his work as a film director. He has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million dollars.
David Bruckner Education
David Bruckner studied at the University of Georgia along with his friends David Bruckner and A.J. Bowen. Since childhood, he has built a strong interest in the entertainment field. He developed a short film Terminator 3: School day when he was just 15 and it aired on MTV.
David Bruckner Family
David Bruckner was born in Georgia, the United States to his father who is a police detective and his mother an emergency room nurse.
Jacob Gentry Rumors and Controversy
David Bruckner suffered controversy when he revealed he was inspired by the coolest idea in Back to the Future 2.
David Bruckner Film director
David Bruckner began working in the entertainment field professionally at age 26 when he wrote and directed the movie, ‘Last Goodbye.’ This movie featured the Academy Award winner Faye Dunaway and the late screen legend David Carradine.
Then he co-wrote/produced/directed a sci-fi horror apocalypse tale The Signal which was bought by Magnolia Pictures. The Signal was designated for The John Cassavetes Award at the 2009 Spirit Awards. He scored another classification accomplishment with My Super Psycho Sweet 16.
He tailed it up in 2010 with the similarly fruitful continuation My Super Psycho Part 2 and The Ghost Inside clip for Broken Bells featuring Christina Hendricks. The Sci-fi small-scale film was designated for an MTV Video Music Award.
He has pleased Super Psycho fans with the finish of the set of three: My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Part 3. His next thriller was Synchronicity which released in the year 2015.
He co-wrote and co-directed The Signal. The filmmakers used their connections in Atlanta to compose a crew. The concept came from a Surrealist game called exquisite corpse, in which multiple people collaborate in order to complete an art project.
When Gentry was unable to contribute to the horror anthology V/H/S (2012), he suggested Bruckner, who eventually co-wrote and directed the segment “Amateur Night”. Also released in 2012, his short film Talk Show addresses the torture debate in mainstream media.
He was set to direct a reboot of Friday the 13th for Paramount Pictures but was reported to have left in late 2015. He is set to direct the thriller Intrusion, based on a screenplay by L. D. Goffigan.
His film Southbound was premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival and was picked up for distribution by the Orchard for release in 2016. In 2016, he was an executive producer on SiREN, which was based on his V/H/S segment “Amateur Night”.