Initial releaseJuly 26, 2009 Duration CountryUnited States
CastHailee Steinfeld, Katrina Johnson Similar moviesHailee Steinfeld appears in Shes a Fox and The Magic Bracelet
She s a fox part 1 early hailee steinfeld short
She's a Fox is a 2009 semi-autobiographical short film written and directed by Cameron Sawyer. It stars Academy Award nominee Hailee Steinfeld. The story follows sixth grader Cameron Sawyer as he pursues the most popular girl in his elementary school.
she s a fox trailer hailee steinfeld and jake nutty
Sixth grader Cameron Sawyer is a member of a gang of "bad boys" who constantly terrorize the other kids at their school. Though Cameron acts tough in front of his friends, he has a crush on Talia Alden, a classmate who has been dating a boy named Jake Magnum since second grade. After being ignored by Talia, Cameron decides to leave his gang and abandon his mullet in pursuit of Talia. After some time trying to get Talia to notice him, Cameron wins the school "Fun Run", beating Jake and gaining her attention.
At a party, Cameron is asked what he thinks of Talia. After praying to God for guidance, he finally says, "She's a fox". Talia and Cameron begin to date, and their first kiss is captured in a photo booth. One day Cameron, Talia, and their friends are running when they are ambushed by Cameron's old gang, led by his former best friend Mitch. The gang eggs Cameron and his friends. While he tries to stand up to Mitch, Cameron is immediately defeated.
After the confrontation, Talia breaks up with Cameron. He goes to her house to talk to her, but leaves when he finds her with Jake. The film ends with Cameron biking away while "Love Hurts" by Nazareth plays.
Jake Nutty – Cameron Sawyer
Hailee Steinfeld – Talia Alden
Anthony Matthew Scott – Mitch Fallin
Troy Romzek – Jake Magnum
Stephanie Drapeau – Mrs. Woodhouse
Cameron Sawyer – Himself/Narrator
Erin Sossamon – Amber McMillan
She's a Fox was an Official Selection in numerous film festivals throughout the United States and internationally, most notably the Cannes Short Film Corner, Heartland Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival and the Academy-accredited LA Shorts Fest. Received well by jurists and audiences alike, the film has received a number of awards.