Klayton Stainer

Klayton Stainer

actor, writer, director

Klayton Stainer was born on Aug 28, 1991 in Australia. Klayton Stainer's big-screen debut came with Dr. Plonk directed by Rolf de Heer in 2007, strarring Extra - Family Member.

From the vine-lands in picturesque South Australia, Klayton Stainer is a freelance Filmmaker. As Director of the company KAS Creations Film & Media, Klayton has been involved in many projects including short films, promotional events, music videos, documentaries and commercials. While studying at Swinburne University, Klayton and his team took on a rotoscoped animation project in his first year called ATOM, which took out the Platinum Remi award at the Houston Worldfest Film Festival as well as the Best of the Next Award in the Melbourne International Animation Film Festival. In his final year, he created a science fiction based on award nominated writer Michael A. Burstein's, I Remember the Future. With this film, Klayton was won many awards internationally and nationally, including Grand Remi Award for Best Student Film at Houston Worldfest, Best Foreign Short Film at the California Film Awards and was nominated for Young Filmmaker of the Year at the Byron Bay International Film Festival.

  • Birthday

    Aug 28, 1991
  • Place of Birth

    Adelaide, South Australia, Australia


11 wins & 9 nominations

Accolade Competition
Short Film
Winner - Award of Merit
California Film Awards
Best Foreign Short
Winner - Grand Winner
Animated Film Competition
Winner - Gold Award
Atom (2012)
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