William Grammer (William Victor Grammer)

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Warner Robins, Georgia, USA
William Grammer began making films at the age of 13 with a borrowed video camcorder and an imagination. During this time Grammer also produced and filmed his own movies with friends and family. In 1998, Grammer briefly attended Savannah College of Art and Design for Video Production studies.

Grammer's first official short film "Speeder" was screened at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival. In 2006, Grammer won the an award for "Blue Milk" which was screened for George Lucas. Grammer also took home the best comedy award at the 2006 Macon Film Festival. Read more...


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