Bryson Chun

Bryson Chun (Kanaka Maoli) is a 2016 Sundance Film Festival Native Shorts Lab Fellow and a 2018 imagineNATIVE Feature Screenwriting Intensive Fellow. His film, Ka Piko, premiered at the Hawaii International Film Festival in 2017, where it was nominated for a “Best Short” award. The short was also featured as one of only 25 films selected by PBS for the 2018 PBS Online Film Festival and was selected for inclusion in the 2019 Native Cinema Showcase by The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Bryson has produced a wide array of award-winning short and feature film projects, including the feature documentary ‘Ike: Knowledge is Everywhere which ended its run of over 100 public screenings with a PBS broadcast. He is the current ‘Ohina Lab Greenlight Award Winner and he is currently producing his short, Other People.