Drew Renaud

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Drew Renaud
Born Michael Andrew Renaud
1985 (age 32–33)
Occupation Film Maker / Photographer
Years active 2000–present
Website www.drewrenaud.net

Michael "Drew" Renaud (born 1985) is an American film director, screenwriter, editor and producer. He has received awards from the San Diego Film Festival and LA Shorts Fest.


Early years–present[edit]

Renaud was born in California. At the age of 15, Renaud went on to learn filmmaking at the Steele Canyon High School in Spring Valley, California. This proved to be influential in his movie-making career. At the age of 19, he decided to continue his professionalization in filmmaking at the Brooks Institute, graduating in 2008, at the age of 22. In January 2008 Renaud signed a contract with the production company The Vault, being, among Brian Thompson and The Facrell Brothers one of the four directors signed with The Vault.

Film career[edit]

Renaud wrote almost all of his projects, including the music video for PensiveLive Fast. He directed a total of 8 short films (one documentary and two music video) in a period of 5 years – Housekeeping, Lunchbreak, Dirty Boots, Disconnected, Divide The Day and Live Fast (music videos), and Street Angels (documentary).

Disconnected screened at the LA Shorts Fest and Street Angels at the San Diego Film Festival and LA Shorts Fest.

His latest project, Coach Shane is in post-production and is set to be released this year.


Short films[edit]

Music Videos[edit]

  • PensiveLive Fast (2005)
  • Divide The Day (2006)



  • Lunchbreak (2004)
  • Divide The Day (2006)
  • Dirty Boots (2007)
  • Street Angels (2007) (with Ryan Kohler)
  • Coach Shane (coming soon)



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